ValueCrates to Pitch Plastic Moving Box Rental Service on MSNBC's 'Your Business' Show

ValueCrates, the fastest growing plastic moving box (crate) rental service in Washington, DC will pitch to investors on MSNBC Sunday, March 20, 2016

Online PR News – 14-March-2016 – Washington DC – ValueCrates, the Washington, DC-area's fasting growing moving crate provider will be featured on MSNBC's "Your Business" show.

ValueCrates rents and delivers plastic moving boxes to people who are moving, at only $1 per crate per week. Movers no longer need to buy (or find), assemble, and discard cardboard boxes when they move. ValueCrates is partnered with prominent area property management firms and moving companies.

ValueCrates will be featured on MSNBC's "Your Business" show. In its 10th season, "Your Business" is the only cable news show focused on small business concerns. ValueCrates will appear in the "Elevator Pitch" segment, where the CEO and Founder, Adam Genest, will deliver a 1-minute pitch to investors, who will then grade his performance.

"We are incredibly excited to present to investors on MSNBC," said ValueCrates founder and CEO Adam Genest. "This is an excellent opportunity to gain brand awareness and insights from the investors as we expand nationally within the next couple of years."

The episode airs Sunday, March 20th.

ABOUT VALUECRATES: ValueCrates is the leading moving crate rental provider in the Washington, DC area. ValueCrates provides plastic moving crates and hand trucks to customers who are moving or renovating, eliminating the need for cardboard boxes and tape. ValueCrates delivers the crates, customers pack and move the crates, and ValueCrates picks them up from their new location once they are done. Started in October 2014, ValueCrates has earned a 5-star Yelp rating, and recently raised a mid-6 figure investment from METRIX Capital to help meet overwhelming customer demand.

ABOUT MSNBC's "Your Business": MSNBC’s Your Business is the only television show dedicated to issues affecting small business owners. Now in its tenth season, the program has profiled hundreds of small business owners and offered advice from countless business experts and investors.

Adam Genest