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Helping Hand Moving Services has been in business since 2005. We offer high quality services such as Loading and Unloading help for your rental truck, pods, ABF trailer, ocean container. Full service moves using one of our 4 box trucks. Professional packing services to ensure your belongings don't get damaged. Rental truck driving help, local or long distance.

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                                                           Apollo Beach
 
Apollo Beach is named for the mythical Greek God who brought light and warmth to the world each day. Locals say that the name was given by Dorothy Corr, the wife of the community's developer and founder Francis J. Corr, in the 1960s when the US space program was taking off in Florida.
Apollo Beach boasts a beautiful waterfront community. It is a year-round haven for boating and fishing enthusiasts, with its many miles of canals and inlets.
Perhaps the fifty-five miles of navigable canals are the best known characteristic of Apollo Beach. The canals average a depth of seven feet in the center and all are connected, eventually merging into Tampa Bay. The canals themselves are lined with magnificent homes, with lush tropical foliage. The majority of homesites have docking facilities with sail boats and motor boats lining both sides of each canal.
The history of Apollo Beach started in 1923 on land used annually for farming and grazing pasture. Much of the land was estuarial in nature and mangrove swamps. It was all low and considered uninhabitable.
The land at that time was owned by the Dickman Family, and it was then that Paul Dickman conceived the idea of a waterfront community. He felt the location was such that it lent itself to the development of a city, since U.S. Highway 41 lay approximately equal distance between Tampa and Bradenton