Third quarter results indicate a continuously strong year for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®

Written by Jessy Howe

We can’t help but feel proud of our system for the accomplishments that took place and goals surpassed in Q3. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® employees share a vision and aren’t afraid to work hard. There is a lot to celebrate as Q3 came to a close!

“The enthusiasm and momentum we built from a successful first half of the year continued into the third quarter, and has set us up to close out 2015 on a strong note,” said Randy Shacka, president of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®. “We have repeatedly surpassed our growth goals with continued investment in our infrastructure and striving for exceptional customer service ratings. These focuses will continue driving our momentum to accomplish our goals for the next few years.”

Record growth

The last 18 months boast double-digit increases with July being the second highest revenue month ever! In addition, we are pleased to have an average referral rate of 95% across the system.

“Our dedicated partners and teams are the reason we’re able to accomplish our growth goals,” said TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® CFO Jeff Wesley.

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Multi-Unit Franchisee Joey Hale was recognized as Franchisee of the Year by the International Franchise Association (IFA), a top honor among franchisees across the country. Hale, who has been with the system since 1998, began as a mover and driver in Knoxville, Tenn., and is now continuing to expand the brand on the West Coast in multiple cities in California.

“We are extremely proud of Joey and all he has done to continually represent greatness as a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisee,” Shacka said. “He is a true testament to the caliber of franchisees in our system and he exemplifies all of the qualities we look for in potential TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisees.”

Expanding the brand

Our newest franchisee, Fred Schaard, signed to open three TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® offices in Portland, Ore., one of our top development markets. Schaard is an experienced financial planner and is a great asset to the system.

“We know our company wouldn’t be great without the concentrated efforts from our franchisees and their teams to provide top-notch customer service, diligently working on the trucks and in our customers’ homes,” Wesley shared.

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To say the first-ever Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward® scholarship program was a success would be an understatement.

Tampa, Fla., Franchise Manager Randi Bloodworth was announced as the first ever Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward® scholarship winner and received the surprise of a lifetime when Mary Ellen presented her the $50,000 check. By March 2016, she will be expanding the brand into Pearland, Texas.

Two of the seven managers who were initially a part of the program IMG_20150929_125856078are now current franchisees, and the remaining participants were awarded $10,000 that will go toward opening their own franchise, as all of the managers plan to open their own TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® location in the future.

We’re exceedingly proud of the entire TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® system for the continued dedication and constant hard work put in by each team member. We are excited for the accomplishments that will be made in Q4!

Visit twomenandatruckfranchising.com to learn more about franchising opportunities. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the first and largest franchised moving company in the United States. Let us move your career forward. Consider investing in us and becoming a franchisee today!

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