Bucks Announce New Multi-Year Partnership with Coakley Brothers
Historic Milwaukee company now the official mover and office furniture supplier of the Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks announced today a partnership with locally owned and operated Coakley Brothers to become the new official mover and office furniture supplier of the Bucks. A Milwaukee-based company since 1888, Coakley Brothers is an industry leader in both residential and commercial moving services, and has expanded to also offer office furniture supply and installation, facility management, warehousing and other specialty services.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Coakley Brothers to the Bucks family,” Bucks Senior Vice President of Business Development Matt Pazaras said. “Coakley has been a part of the fabric of the Milwaukee community for over 125 years and represents the spirit of hard work and innovation that makes this city special. They will be the perfect partner as our franchise moves into an exciting new era of Bucks basketball.”
As part of the new multi-year partnership, Coakley Brothers’ fleet of moving trucks will now feature the Bucks logo, and the company will handle labor and logistics for all Bucks-controlled moves, including players, coaches and team personnel. Brothers Interiors will also be showcasing their furniture in a special branded suite on the BMO Harris Bradley Center’s club level.
“This is an exciting time in the city of Milwaukee as we are currently witnessing a renaissance and the Milwaukee Bucks are a huge part of this positive momentum. Coakley Brothers and Brothers Interiors are honored to be a part of their historic change and growth,” Coakley Brothers President/CEO Peggy Coakley said. “As the official mover and furniture supplier of the Bucks we feel we are bringing together two wonderful historic organizations that are here to serve the community. The Bucks are Wisconsin’s team and we are Wisconsin’s mover since 1888.”
“The Milwaukee Bucks are an integral part of our identity as a city and state,” Brothers Interiors Vice President Ben Juech said. “As we move Brothers forward into the 21st century as a full service provider supporting the transformation of interior environments, I can think of no better partner to ‘Own the Future’ with than our Bucks. We look forward to working with the organization and their assembled design teams to furnish and develop world class facilities located in the heart of our city.”
About Coakley Brothers
Coakley Brothers provides Wisconsin businesses, educational institutions and healthcare entities an unparalleled service experience for commercial moving, installation, storage and residential relocation needs. Commitment, integrity and reliability have been hallmarks of the organization since 1888, when the company was founded by three brothers in the heart of Milwaukee. Coakley Brothers approaches each customer interaction as a unique opportunity to enhance facility operations for the organizations they serve.
Brothers Interiors, the furniture supply division of Coakley Brothers, works to create a memorable service experience for customers and partners seeking to transform their working, healing and learning environments. As a non-aligned furniture dealership, Brothers Interiors represents and installs over 200 high quality commercial furniture manufacturers. This expansive offering allows customers to find the right fit for their vision, goals and budget.
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