Redskins Player Albert Haynesworth: ShipAnyCar.com Is Like a "Personal Auto Transport Company"
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FORT LEE, NJ, Jun 02 (MARKET WIRE) -- Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth trusts his fleet of exotic cars to ShipAnyCar.com when he needs a vehicle transported when vacationing or moving. Most recently, Ship Any Car, LLC transported Haynesworth's 2008 Rolls Royce Phantom from his home in Nashville to Miami, where he was vacationing. He also has had the reputable U.S. transport service bring a new car purchased in Las Vegas to his home in Nashville. Now, as he moves to Washington, D.C., he will employ Ship Any Car to transport his fleet of around seven cars including a Mercedes, Escalade and Ferrari. Haynesworth said that Ship Any Car has the best pricing and is very reliable, delivering the car on time as promised, every time. "It works well for me," he said. "It's almost like having your own personal transport company." In business since 2007, Ship Any Car (www.shipanycar.com) is very reputable and highly rated with the Better Business Bureau. Customers can access quotes instantly on its user-friendly website just by entering in zip codes. Ship Any Car offers open and enclosed trailers with rush delivery on any type of vehicle, including sedans, classic cars or luxury sports cars. The service is very popular with "snowbirds" who winter in Florida but don't want to drive vehicles to their winter homes. For a reasonable price, Ship Any Car can pick up the vehicle and have it to your destination exactly when you want it, safely and reliably. Its drivers are the best in the industry, bonded and insured by the U.S. Department of Transportation. "Many of our customers include individuals, car dealers, military and government personnel, celebrities, professional athletes and private corporations," said Roland Reznik, the company's owner. "We know your vehicle is important to you. That is why we treat it as if it was our own." For more information, visit www.shipanycar.com or call 1-888-672-6779. Contact: Gene Kursky 201-484-8961 Email Contact Copyright 2009, Market Wire, All rights reserved. -0-
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