Meathead Movers is a California moving company founded in 1997 by Aaron and Evan Steed.
They started the company as a way of making some money while they were still in high school, playing sports “and without a dime from their parents”. The name of the company originated from their reputation that they earned through always lifting weights in their free time. They quickly grew from a small-time moving company to a legitimate local leader of moving companies in the locations where their services are offered. As of today, the company is still comprised mainly of student-athletes.
Recently, Meathead Movers teamed up with Good Shepherd, a nonprofit organization committed to the goal of helping women and children who have been victims of domestic abuse. The aim of this alliance was to give aid to families that were at risk offering to move them out of those situations for free. This idea was a follow-up of the company’s past work with Fresno County’s Marjaree Mason Center who had used the Meathead Mover’s services to relocate victims of domestic violence.
The company’s Facebook page says that they have offered similar services since 1999 but have been unable to speak on the details of their work in order to protect the privacy of their clients.
“I can’t think of a more powerful and impactful way to utilize our moving services than to offer free moves to victims fleeing abusive relationships and then again when it is time to move on to the next, better phase of life,” said Aaron Steed, CEO of Meathead Movers.