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Moving to Indiana?
If you're moving to Indiana, you might find it interesting to know that the state motto is "The Crossroads of America." The intersection of important roads, railroads and waterways of the nation occurs within the boundaries of the State of Indiana.


The best thing about doing a U-Pack move to Indiana? Let U-Pack® arrange the driving and your price still compares to truck rental.

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Get a free moving quote from U-Pack and compare to pricing you receive from other Indiana moving companies. You'll be surprised by the savings.

If you've found that most Indiana moving companies offer prices that are more than your budget allows, give U-Pack Moving a call! You'll like what you see.

Interesting facts to know when moving to Indiana
- More interstate highways connect in Indianapolis than in any other city.
- Indiana is home to the world's tallest woman, Sandra Allen, who checks in at an impressive 7 feet 7 inches.
- The famed Indy 500 takes place each year in Indianapolis. Racers in the 500-mile race must drive 200 times around a two-and-a-half mile oval track, after which the winner traditionally polishes off a bottle of milk.
- The 1986 film Hoosiers was based on the inspiring true story of a small-town Indiana basketball team that prevailed against a much larger school to win the state championship in 1954.
- James Dean, a popular movie star of the 1950s was born February 8, 1931, in Marion, IN.
- David Letterman, host of television's "Late Show with David Letterman," was born April 12, 1947, in Indianapolis.
- Santa Claus, Indiana receives over one half million letters and requests at Christmas time.

Other Useful Links for Moving to Indiana
State of Indiana Web Site: http://www.state.in.us/
Indiana Tourism: http://www.visitindiana.net/indiana.html
More Indiana Stats: http://www.stats.indiana.edu/