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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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Brandon
 
Its history began on January 20, 1857, when John Brandon arrived at Fort Brooke (now Tampa) from Mississippi with his wife Martha and six sons. At first he moved his family to what is now the Seffner area. Then in August 1858, John Brandon, purchased 40 acres (160,000 m2) in the New Hope area (now Brandon). and 160 acres (0.65 km2) later on and then named his land Brandon. John and Victoria's house was located on what would become the corner of Knights and Victoria Street. Four years later, the New Hope Church was built on land donated by Brandon. Besides being the first church in the community, it also served as Brandon's first school.
After John's passing in 1886 and Martha's passing, Victoria, John's second wife he married after Martha's passing, took a leading role in the community. The community's first post office was opened in Victoria's home, when she became the postmistress.
In 1890, the Florida Central and Peninsula Railroad came through the area, encouraging the people of New Hope to build a depot on Moon Avenue. Victoria convinced a civil engineer for the railroad to survey the area and lay out a town site. He surveyed 40 acres (160,000 m2) and prepared a map, and Victoria named the town Brandon, after her husband John Brandon. The main landmark Stowers Funeral Home is a famous landmark in Brandon, built by John Brandon's son James.