TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® continues trend of charitable work with donation to the American Cancer Society

-Written by Erik Sargent


Giving back to the community is the platform on which TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has been built, and when Founder Mary Ellen Sheets formed the moving company back in the ‘80s, she made sure that charitable work would remain a top priority for the foreseeable future. In fact, the first $1,000 profit she earned, she split and donated to 10 different Lansing, Mich., area charities! Continue reading

Setting goals, creating a vision, and developing personal values when franchising

-Written by Erik Sargent


Owning a business is a major decision to make, full of constant change and obstacles as you try to be the most successful business owner you can possibly be.

When you make the decision to get into franchising, there are numerous important decisions that need to be made in order to set yourself up on the right path. Everything from picking the right people you surround yourself with, to deciding on what you want out of your business, and what your personal beliefs are. Continue reading

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Core values keep franchisee Joseph South motivated

-Written by Erik Sargent


All across the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® system, there are standout franchisees leading the way by following our company core values with a heavy emphasis on customer service, which helps keep our brand strong and continuously growing.

As a prime example of moving his career forward, Franchisee Joseph South has been with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® for nearly a decade.

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