A Noble Function: How U-Haul Moved America
A Noble Function: How U-Haul Moved America is a heart-felt and nostalgic look into one of America's most celebrated and nation-changing companies-U-Haul. The book details the meager beginnings of Sam and Anna Mary Shoen, U-Haul's founders. It recounts the company's unending professional development and improvement, and the growth of America itself. Following the company from its mom and pop store start, A Noble Function showcases how U-Haul became a household name.
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