GREATER DES MOINES – Blue Cow Boxes™, a Des Moines based startup, has announced this last week a joint venture with another BlueCow Boxes™ office in the Omaha area. This partnership will provide a greater service area to movers in the Heartland. BlueCow Boxes™ joined Iowa’s startup community last spring and has expanded quickly by forming joint ventures with numerous realty groups, property management firms and moving companies since its inception but this is the first time a second business location has been named outside of the Des Moines metro. Through this partnership, both companies will be able to offer moving services within the 50 mile radius set in the Des Moines and Omaha area and moves can be coordinated between the two metropolitan areas as well.

“We have helped countless customers simplify the moving process throughout Iowa over the past year and are excited to now be able to offer our services in the Omaha/Council Bluffs market.” Tim Unruh, a founding partner of BlueCow Boxes™ said, “I’ve personally experienced the frustrations of moving numerous times so it feels good to know that we are providing a service that not only makes the process easier but is also providing a greener, more environmental friendly solution as well”. The company has expanded as well by taking on additional partners within the last year. Look for BlueCow Boxes™ at both the Omaha and Des Moines Home Shows this February.

About BlueCow Company, LLC

BlueCow Boxes™ is a locally owned and operated business that focuses on renting industrial-strength plastic moving boxes to movers in Des Moines and Omaha. Five rental options are available to movers but custom rental solutions can be created to assist with residential and commercial moves and storage. BlueCow Boxes™ will drop the moving boxes off to the customer and will pick them up once the move is complete. The moving solution is cheaper and more eco-friendly than cardboard.

For more information, please visit or contact partner Tim Unruh at (515) 491-5059 or Media inquiries should be directed to Mary Boles at (515) 661-1630 or

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