Golden Bridges finds new home

Golden Bridges

QUINCY — Golden Bridges, Inc., has moved into Suite 7 at QuincyWorx. After nine years of operating from their homes and their vans, Golden Bridges employees now will have a space where to hold staff meetings, staff trainings and work together in the same office. 

In a press release, Suzanne Ellerbrock, co-owner of Golden Bridges, said, “We are so appreciative to Amy Schmiedeskamp for allowing us to borrow meeting space at the Olive Branch. It was key to our growth as a company. QuincyWorx was just the right fit for us”.

Nancy Waters, co-owner and treasurer, notes they have been considering a move like for a couple of years, and the timing was finally right. “This space allows us to consolidate office space and storage, and gives our team easy access to the supplies they need to do their jobs,” she said.

Golden Bridges is a senior and specialty move management company, providing solutions for those in transition. Future plans include establishing branch offices in three locations in the area in the next five years. 

“Having this great work environment in a co-working space really motivates us to grow the business to provide more services and to serve more clients”, said Susan Scholz, the company’s third co-owner. “We can collaborate with other entrepreneurs who are dynamically growing their businesses.”

Rich Ellerman and Craig Moncey of QuincyWorx have been working with Golden Bridges for several months to find the right space within the building.

“Their assistance and responsiveness as building managers made the process so easy for us as new tenants,” Ellerbrock said. 

The office will be open to the public by appointment, and used by owners and staff on a daily basis. 

For more information about Golden Bridges, call Susan Scholz at 888-922-6368. 

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