Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Emrick's Finds OUtmigration Up in 1992

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Emrick's Finds OUtmigration Up in 1992

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The number of families moving out of the Oklahoma City area increased 5.7 percent in 1992 while the number of families moving in dropped 8.7 percent, according to figures supplied by Emrick's Van Storage Co.

Statistics from the Household Goods Carriers Bureau also showed that the total number of moves originating or terminating in the Oklahoma City area dropped slightly in 1992 when 4,498 relocations were completed, down 1 percent from 4,550 in 1991.

The area remained a net outbound location in 1992, with 56.3 percent of the moves out of the area. That compared with a 52.7 percent exodus rate for the area in 1991.

Statewide, relocations were down both for inbound and outbound moves. Outmigration dropped 11.8 percent to 5,918 moves, down from 5,989 in 1991. Inmigration slipped 3.8 percent to 5,123 moves, down from 5,326 in 1991.

Emrick's, which has offices and warehouses in Oklahoma City, Enid and Tulsa, compiles the migration data from market share information it obtains on seven major carriers: Allied, for which Emrick's is an agent; Atlas; Bekins; Global; Mayflower; North American; and United. …

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