Quality for B&B Moving means superior service, the best equipment, and generous sharing of the company assets in service to others. In order to better serve Utahns and to promote our state, to our knowledge, we are the first company to wrap a commercial van with Utah scenes. We celebrate Utah’s beauty. Mike Deaver at the Utah Tourism Department said, “I’m glad he (Bagley) has that kind of passion. If every company got that passionate and tried to promote the state like that, who knows what we could do?” We participate in supporting athletes for employment from Weber State, University of Utah, B.Y.U., and the Olympic Park by offering them summer employment. We have helped finance skeleton and bobsled athletes at the Olympic Park in Park City since 2001, and we have assisted by donating shipping athletes’ equipment to and from all venues in the world. We have also supported the National Abilities Center in their quest for participation in bobsled activities by financing individuals as drivers and brakemen for their members. These volunteers carefully lift and assist paraplegic and amputee victims in and out of the bobsleds.Officially, we are the host for the Russian and Ukrainian luge, skeleton, and bobsled teams. We assist in housing, travel, cooking, and touring for these international teams, as well as storage equipment for the U.S. Bobsled Federation and its members for free.

In the 1990’s, we donated land usage, food, clothing,and restroom facilities to the homeless underneath the 5th and 6th south off and on ramps. Since its beginning in 1973, we have provided the trucking transportation at no cost for the Festival of the Trees. We have donated the space for storage for wheelchairs for the Multiple Sclerosis Society and in 1995 we headed up a campaign in Park City to load a furniture van full of supplies to assist Hurricane Andrew victims in Florida.

Over 20,000 pounds of diapers, paper goods, and other articles were delivered to the homeless population within one week. We are grateful for the opportunities that we have had to use equipment, time, and our resources to assist others. It’s important to be aware of how we can constantly make Utah a better place with our energy and talents.