Franchisee Drew Brooks to take over TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Little Rock location

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-Written by Erik Sargent

With so many franchise locations across the country, the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee network is incredibly diverse and full of individuals with a wide-range of business backgrounds.

This makes the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK peer network even more important to new franchisees, as each is able to draw on the different experiences that others have. For new Franchisee Drew Brooks, he brings another layer to this network as he recently joined TWO MEN AND A TRUCK to take over the Little Rock, Ark., location. Continue reading

Franchisee Success Stories: Holly Stewart

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Although the moving industry is thought of as a male-dominated industry, it has never slowed down Multi-Unit Franchisee Holly Stewart from finding success with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK.

Originally starting as a manager in the greater Atlanta area in 2010, Stewart has now worked her way up to the franchisee level and currently has ownership of three different locations in Atlanta. Continue reading

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK provides hands-on training, dedicated support to new franchisees

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-Written by Erik Sargent

The path to business ownership can take on many forms, but one of the most efficient and rewarding ways to experience life as a business owner is through franchising.

Unlike starting your own business from the ground up – building an idea, developing brand recognition, creating a system from scratch – franchising allows you the opportunity to buy into a proven model of success and open your own location as part of an already established brand. At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, we’ve created a franchising system that has lasted for over three decades now, and one that has seen countless individuals find success and grow from a single-unit franchise to multi-unit franchise group. Continue reading

Franchisee Success Stories: Justin Tangeman

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Few stories in the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK family embody the journey of moving forward with the company quite like the story of Franchisee Justin Tangeman.

Tangeman – who started with the company as a mover – has worked his way up to become a multi-unit franchisee with his business partner, Tyler Whalen. Together, the franchising team now owns six different franchise locations across the states of Kansas, Nebraska, and New Mexico. Continue reading

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK creates a seamless transition for those wanting to franchise

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-Written by Erik Sargent

When you’ve grown a business over three-plus decades and expanded to more than 300 franchise locations, you learn a thing or two about the world of franchising and business ownership.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has built our brand around a franchising model that is sustainable for people of all business backgrounds, and we are continually working hard to tweak and adjust it so that our franchise business owners can experience both financial growth and a rewarding experience. Continue reading

Franchise teams gather for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Fall Franchise Conference and Expo

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-Written by Erik Sargent

On the banks of the Grand River in Lansing, Mich., TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisees and managers gathered this week at the Lansing Center to network, discuss new ideas, and prepare for their next year of operations.

Nearly 150 franchise staff members were on hand for Fall Franchise Conference and Expo, an event that is put on each September for these individuals to regroup after a busy summer moving season and to start planning for next year. With coffee flowing, discussions taking place, and some good food to tie it all together – it was a chance for everyone to keep the strong momentum of the brand growing and figure out what’s next. Continue reading

Juan Gallegos announced as the 2019 Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward® Scholarship Winner

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Written by Erik Sargent

When Juan Gallegos arrived at the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Quad Cities, Iowa office on Wednesday morning, he assumed it would be like any other day of work.

He knew he had a few meetings. Payroll also needed to be submitted, and he knew that was going to be a big chunk of his day. He also knew his franchisee, Bob Christensen, was stopping by to talk business, so that would come first. Continue reading