Dolly, the App To Summon Help To Move Heavy Stuff, Raises $1.7 Million

Dec14, 2014

Dolly, a Seattle-based online moving and delivery platform that made Chicago its first market, raised $1.7 million in seed funding and launched a public mobile app, the company announced Thursday.

Dolly uses an app to connect people who want to move tough-to-carry items with people who have a truck, van or large SUV.

Co-founder and CEO Mike Howell says Dolly, which has been beta testing in Chicago for four months, gives people a way of moving things without the awkwardness of asking a friend, or the inconvenience of renting trucks or using a moving company…

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