“Denying children access to resources damages both their educational and later life outcomes.”
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Sarasota ranks No. 10 in the nation among U.S. moving destinations, according to a just-released report by moving company Penske Truck Rental.
Each of the other nine metropolitan statistical areas sited in the Penske study’s Top 10 are centered around major cities, such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle and Charlotte, N.C.
Penske, a global transportation services provider, said the list is compiled by analyzing online consumer truck rental reservations and inquiries to Penske Truck Rental call centers. Only 2012 one-way moves were considered.