TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisees provide expert advice to those interested in franchising

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-Written by Erik Sargent

In the world of business, one of the ultimate goals for business professionals is to one day own a business of their own.

While it can be incredibly difficult to start up something from scratch, a different alternative to business ownership is through franchising. With a company like TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, we provide a rewarding franchising opportunity within the moving industry – an industry that is continuously growing  – by providing a need to people all across the country. Continue reading

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s franchising model provides diverse revenue streams

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-Written by Erik Sargent

When you make the investment to buy into a franchising model like TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, you want to ensure the investment is worthwhile.

Thankfully, the franchising brand we’ve built at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is set up to allow franchisees to see a return on their investment through various sources of revenue.  TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is often thought of as simply a home moving company, but as we’ve grown, so too have our service options, and we’re able to assist with any moving or packing need a customer might have. Continue reading

Frequently asked questions about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Featuring over 350 locations across 44 different states in the United States, plus locations in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, it’s safe to say the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising model is stronger than ever.

Since our Founder Mary Ellen Sheets decided to franchise the company over 30 years ago, it’s been a constant effort to tweak and improve the franchising model for our brand – and it’s something we’re always working on. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK features a diverse franchisee network with individuals coming from all different backgrounds, and each one is able to experience their own versions of success. Continue reading

Frontline team members gather for networking and training at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Frontline Annual Meeting

 

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Even though there were record cold temperatures in the state of Michigan this week, it didn’t lower the spirits of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK frontline staff gathered in East Lansing, Mich.

The attendees met for three days at the Kellogg Center for Frontline Annual Meeting, a yearly conference where our frontline team members get a chance to meet with Home Office employees, sit through educational sessions, participate in team building activities, and have some fun. It’s also a good chance for  frontline staff members to meet people from other franchise locations, network, and learn  how other operations conduct within the company. Continue reading

Veteran business ownership opportunities with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

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-Written by Erik Sargent

With Veteran’s Day just around the corner, our team here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK likes to make it a special point each year to recognize the important sacrifices made by the brave men and women of our military.

People might see our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise locations giving back to veterans in the community through programs like our Movers for Military campaign, but we also work hard to provide veterans with job opportunities – specifically franchising within our brand. Just last year, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK was recognized on the Military Times “best for Vets” list for 2018, which recognizes the top franchising opportunities for veterans around the country. Continue reading

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Home Office support teams are an invaluable resource to franchisees

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Since TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Founder Mary Ellen Sheets decided to franchise the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand, we’ve continuously worked to tweak our franchising model and make it as streamlined as possible for new franchisees.

We’ve come a long way in the 35 years since we began, and so too has the way we support our network of franchisees. Working to provide our customers with the best service in the moving industry is always the number one goal, but none of that would be possible without our franchise locations and the hard working franchisees, managers, and frontline team members working within those. Continue reading

Two decades of experience gives Franchisee Rob Wallace great perspective as business owner

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Written by Erik Sargent

When Rob Wallace joined the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK family initially, things were a lot different than they were today.

For starters – he joined on as a mover with the Columbus, Ohio, franchise in the winter of 1996 for a brief stint. He left that job to work in logistics for a few years, but in the 1999, found himself with the opportunity to join back with the company and start fresh. Continue reading