|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 06:04 AM EDT||
PHOENIX, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A #Uhaulfamous Marriage Proposal
Many individuals see U-Haul trucks just as a way to move their belongings from one house to another. Others see U-Haul rental equipment as a bridge to a new life in a new location, while creating lifelong memories with friends and family along the way. Evhan Tran saw U-Haul as viable backdrop to pop the question to Amy, who is now his fiancee.
When it comes to proposal ideas, Evhan's was one for the books. It started with Evhan wanting to do something special for Amy. He felt that "doing something grand would help show [his] appreciation for her." Evhan knows the value of family. The recent loss of his dad affirmed "how precious life is, and to bring life into the world is really a most powerful gift and blessing. It was important to capture the emotions and, in turn, I hope people, including people who don't know who we are, can relate to our story."
Evhan made this larger-than-life marriage proposal possible with a little planning, help from family and friends, duct tape, a scenic helicopter ride and three moving trucks. You just have to see some stories for yourself! Evhan was clever enough to put together a memorable video letting us in on the big proposal. It's easy to see the love between this couple and soon-to-be family. Click here to watch the proposal: http://bit.ly/1pCSbKh
Their story is now even #uhaulfamous! As part of an effort to celebrate communities served, U-Haul features photos of all kinds of U-Haul adventures on the sides of their moving trucks for future customers to enjoy! Customers who submit photos can track what cities their photo is starring in and even plan a visit to the location to see their photo on a truck.
Become #uhaulfamous by uploading your pictures here: http://www.uhaulfamous.com/ or use #uhaulfamous on Instagram.
We look forward to see where this happy couple's story will go next!
Sebastien Reyes, Director, External Communications
Ashleigh Wagner, Senior Media and Public Relations Specialist
U-Haul International, Inc.
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