The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchising model was created and refined so our franchisees are able to achieve sustained success and make a difference in the lives of their teams and community.
For our current and future franchisees, this is a never-ending chase that has us continually researching new ways to improve our business, drive success to all of our franchise locations, and encourage new franchisees to join our team. It’s the outstanding franchisees across our system that truly make our franchising model special and striving to improve.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s franchising was fortunate enough to receive national recognitions from various publications this fall, each highlighting the success we’ve achieved as a brand.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® named to Franchise Business Review’s Culture100 List
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK was featured on Franchise Business Review’s “Culture100” list which recognizes the top 100 franchise brands in America based on their franchise culture.
“Many franchise organizations ‘talk the talk’ when it comes to culture, but it’s clear that they don’t all ‘walk the walk’,” said Eric Stites, CEO of Franchise Business Review. “A strong culture doesn’t just happen within a company—it has to be designed, built, and constantly maintained. The franchise companies that have the honor of being named to our first-annual Culture100 list are clearly among the best of the best franchises in the business.”
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK featured on the “30 Best Franchises for Veterans” by Small Business Trends
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK takes pride in being a destination that veterans can land after their time serving our country and this recognition validates those efforts.
Small Business Trends conducted research to find which franchise brands were the best fit for veterans. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK checked in at number five on their list.
“Two Men and a Truck franchises provide moving services with locations throughout the country. The company has been around for more than 35 years and is part of a fairly recession-proof industry. The initial fee for the franchises is $50,000. Startup investment ranges from $100,000 to $585,000 for new franchises. However, veteran franchisees can receive a 10 percent discount on fees.” (via Small Business Trends).
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Chair Melanie Bergeron featured on “100 Influential Women in Franchising 2020: Services & Care” list
Melanie Bergeron – part of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK founding family – was our company’s first franchisee, and since that time, has held just about every position one could hold with the brand, including President, COO, CEO, and now her current role of company Chair.
She was featured on What Franchise’s “100 Influential Women in Franchising 2020” list, which includes individuals who “care for and maintain the things that are important to us, whether that’s our family, our homes, or our treasured possessions.”
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