Multi-Unit Franchising: How It Can Boost Your Potential Profit

Many people dream of business ownership, as the chance to be your own boss and build something on your own can be an exciting and invigorating career path.

Franchising is often one area of business ownership that often gets overlooked. One of the best ways to boost profit potential in the world of franchising is through multi-unit franchising. With multi-unit franchising, you’re establishing yourself as a leader in the industry you franchise with, and once you experience success at your first franchise, you’re able to apply this knowledge to additional locations.

Throughout the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchise system, you’ll find numerous examples of franchisees who have planted their roots with our brand and expanded to become multi-unit franchise owners. Whether it’s multiple locations in a singular area or across state lines, these individuals all share the same desire for growing their revenue streams, the ability to build out teams across multiple locations, and the opportunity to market their services in new territories.

“I would recommend franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK because of the Michigan Support Center,” said Curtis Newman, a multi-unit franchisee with locations in Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, and Texas. “I have owned other franchises in my professional career outside of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, and I can honestly say that none of them provide as much support as you get with this company.”

For many of these individuals owning multiple franchises, they started from within the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK system in different roles and have worked their way up to franchise ownership.

This sense of understanding with the brand and the familiarity of what it takes to be successful played a crucial role in their transition into business ownership, and it is a good point of reference to look back on as they continue opening new franchise locations and expanding their franchising footprint.

“When it was finally time to take that big step, it was an easy decision,” said Nick Roerig, who is a multi-unit franchisee with locations in Georgia, Tennessee, and Texas. “I was totally bought into TWO MEN AND A TRUCK. I had met so many smart and generous people at every level. The business model was sound and growing so fast, and it seemed like opportunity was everywhere. From my time as a general manager, I knew this could be a profitable business if it was run correctly.”

However, not every franchisee comes from within, and franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK isn’t limited to those with experience in the moving industry.

“I was commuting back and forth between Phoenix and Las Vegas as a project manager when I found a franchising magazine, where I was able to read and learn about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK,” said Jim Frederickson, who owns two locations in the state of Arizona. “One thing led to another, and next thing I know, I was signing my agreement. It seemed similar to the background I had with construction companies, but a lot more stationary.”

We pride ourselves on having a franchising model that is applicable to those of all business backgrounds. If you’re willing to learn about the business, invest in your location, and work on marketing the franchise to your new community, you can find success.

To learn more about how you can find success and work your way into a position of multi-unit franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, visit our franchise development website and see what opportunities are available for you today! Get started, here!

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Denise Blaisdell awarded the 2023 Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward Scholarship

The rain was pouring on a gloomy Thursday morning in Baton Rouge, Louisiana – which it’s known to do around those parts – as Denise Blaisdell made her way to work.

She had already forgotten her phone at home to start the day, so she was a bit rushed. She also knew there was an announcement being posted that morning on the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® International Facebook page, but she didn’t know what it was about.

She kept refreshing the page at each stoplight. Nothing. What was it?

Confused as to why nothing was happening, Blaisdell continued her journey to the office. As she opened the door for what seemed like a normal day of work, her life instantly changed forever.

Standing there with a check for $50,000 was TWO MEN AND A TRUCK President Randy Shacka and in that instant, Blaisdell knew what was happening. She was being announced as the winner of the 2023 Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward Scholarship program.

“I can let this sit for a minute because you just put in six, seven months of amazing work to represent the [Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward Scholarship program],” Shacka said as members of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Baton Rouge office looked on. “This program is based on grit, hard work, but most importantly, amazing people like yourself.”

“Congratulations, we are so happy for you.”

With one simple announcement – which was being streamed via Facebook Live – Blaisdell’s career path changed. She was now the winner of the scholarship program and will become a franchisee in the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK system. After years of experience as the Regional Vice President of Operations for the TWO MEN AND A TRCK Baton Rouge and Mobile, Alabama offices, she will be taking the next step and becoming a business owner.

Her reaction in the moment said it all.

“Sheer joy. I’m overwhelmed, happy, proud of myself and my team,” Blaisdell said. “I’m so blessed to be in an organization that does something like this. I can’t believe that my life has led me to TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and that I’ve had this opportunity. I’m just overwhelmed.”

“I worked so hard for this. We worked so hard for this. It’s been a team effort.”

The tears flowed from Blaisdell’s face, and her team members embraced her with hugs and congratulations as the news set in. In preparation of the surprise – which a few members of the office were tipped off about to help facilitate the announcement – they decorated a special room to celebrate. It had snacks, balloons, and even celebratory champagne.

As Blaisdell tried to gather herself and her thoughts, she immediately began to reflect on her journey through the company and the scholarship program and reflected on how all the work she put in had finally paid off. Like any business owner, plans were already going through her mind.

“The first goal is to open in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and I’m really looking forward to getting up there, building the brand, diversifying the business, and becoming a name in New Jersey,” Blaisdell said. “But additionally, I’m really looking to continue growing my team – our team. They need to continue to move through the programs, too.”

Eventually, she wants her team to experience the opportunities she had with programs like the scholarship program, which taught her so much over the last year.

“It’s just been such a great learning opportunity,” Blaidsell said. “Regardless of me winning or not, I would have gained so much information and so much knowledge that you can’t put a price tag on.”

After a little business talk and thoughts on opening her franchise in New Jersey, Blaisdell shifted back into the moment. There would be plenty of time to talk about franchise opening plans, building a team, purchasing moving trucks, and spreading brand awareness in her new city.

The rest of the day was about celebration. Her team was ready to help and she was ready to participate.

How was she going to enjoy the day?

“Well, I think there’s going to be champagne. I’ll call my mom, my aunt, my sister. My phone has been blowing up,” Blaisdell said. “I think we might celebrate with some cake. It’s been a lot of work, and it’s going to be nice to kind of have that released and enjoy it for a day. Then, we’ll go right back at it tomorrow.”

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the first and largest franchised moving company in the United States. Let us help move you forward! For more helpful tips and information on moving services subscribe to our blog and like us on Facebook.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK: The Story of the Stickmen

As we turn the calendar to 2023, we’d like to take a moment and reflect on the incredible journey of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand.

For nearly four decades, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has helped customers move forward in their lives by providing professional, high-quality moving services. What started as literally two men and a truck – Founder Mary Ellen Sheet’s sons, Brig and Jon – moving people’s belongings around the Lansing, Mich., area in the mid-1980s, has turned into an international moving company and a leader within the moving industry. With over 350 locations in the United States spanning 47 states and locations in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, nobody could have imagined the heights this brand could reach when it was just the two boys moving with a ’66 Ford pickup truck.

Throughout this time, countless franchisees have gone on to achieve their dreams of business ownership, and thousands upon thousands of people have been able to call TWO MEN AND A TRUCK their career through a variety of different roles. It’s been a long journey, but we feel we are just getting started.

To learn a little more about the history of how TWO MEN AND A TRUCK came to be, we present the following: The Story of the Stickmen.

Enjoy!

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising: reflecting on the top 2022 stories

Once again, another year has passed us by and we’ve found ourselves wrapping up 2022 and preparing for the new year ahead.

The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchising model continued to push forward as we opened additional locations across the country and welcomed new franchisees into our family. Despite the challenges faced in 2020 and even 2021, we’ve been fortunate to sustain growth within our brand while continuing to find new ways to connect with perspective franchisees on their paths to business ownership.

As we wrap up 2022, we like to reflect on t some of our top stories from the year before this chapter closes. Take a look at our most viewed stories on the Franchising You blog platform!

1. A love for the brand helped drive this New Jersey franchisee’s career path

“I experience something new and exciting every day,” Kilgariff said. “Owning a franchise never has a dull moment. Don’t get me wrong – it’s a lot of work, but the payoff is equally – if not better – than what you can imagine. Basically, what I’m trying to say is: there will always be a challenge and there will always be bad that comes with the good, but working at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK? The good is always great.”

2. A decade-long journey with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK leads long-time manager to open his own location in Georgia  

“[I was excited about] the opportunity to be able to work for myself, doing what I love,” Cuttino said. “Also, the chance to be a part of a proven, successful company that offers support like no other business I’ve seen. The idea of being able to grow as much as you want [within the company] is very attractive.”

3. California franchisee finds ideal balance between motherhood and business ownership

“After speaking with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and learning about their core values and what they stood for, I was hooked,” Miller said. “I knew I could be successful with their support behind me. Growing up, my brother worked for a local moving company, and I saw how successful the owners were. By partnering with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, I didn’t have to wait to build brand recognition, I could jump right in.”

4. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising requirements you should know as you do your research

“For any potential franchisee looking to join a franchising brand – not just with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK – the most important step is figuring out the details of your investment. Doing detailed research of what you’re buying into, working with the franchise development teams for a brand to ask important questions, and speaking with other franchisees within a system are all crucial steps in determining if your investment is a good fit.”

5. Multiple roles within the brand have shaped this TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee’s career

“[How I became a franchisee] was slightly unconventional,” Turbeville said. “The opportunity presented itself, and we [Oversmith] wanted to stay within the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand. It seemed like a smart financial move. We had the opportunity to see how successful some franchise owners were and becoming a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee was exciting.”

6. Multi-Unit Franchisee Mike Lally wins the 2022 “Moving People Forward” award

“[We get so many] great comments from folks when we mention Mike Lally,” said TWO MEN AND A TRUCK President Randy Shacka. “When they respond to that name, it’s always a smile and it’s always somebody that says ‘man, he’s always there to help and always willing to listen when something is going.”

7. What does the timeline to ownership look like when franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK?

“There are very few brands that are as committed to franchisee support as TWO MEN AND A TRUCK,” said Nick Powills, CEO and founder of Mainland. “From the depth of corporate departments to the depth of training at the corporate headquarters, franchisees can clearly see their royalties at work. This is a business focused on never being satisfied, which in turn, will continue to change the lives of those who are allowed to join this exclusive club.”

8. Mini market territories provide TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise ownership in areas with smaller demographics

“Our mini market plan got its start in two states – Montana and Wyoming – and both have found sustained success ever since opening their doors. They’ve helped us fine-tune the blueprint for the minimarket model, learning what works and what doesn’t work, which allows us to provide best practices and useful information to franchisees opening mini markets moving forward.”

9. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK: The Story of the Stickmen

“From the days when it was actually just two men – Founder Mary Ellen Sheets’ sons, Brig and Jon – moving customers’ belongings around the Lansing, Mich., area in an old pickup truck to today, where we have franchises in 46 states across the country in addition to Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom – we’ve always focused on the customer experience while giving back to the communities where we work and live.”

10. Long-time TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee expands the brand throughout Minnesota

“We ultimately chose franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK because I knew something about the business from my time working at the Madison franchise, and my father saw how other franchises were performing,” Bailey said. “He had a strong business and accounting background, and he thought the opportunity was good for all of us.”

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the first and largest franchised moving company in the United States. Let us help move you forward! For more helpful tips and information on moving services subscribe to our blog and like us on Facebook.

Catch a glimpse into what life is like as a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee

For any franchise brand, the bottom line of company success comes when the franchisees within your brand find happiness and achieve their own success.

Successful, dedicated franchisees who are bought into the mission of the company are crucial for any franchised brand, and here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, we have just that. Since the beginning, when TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Founder Mary Ellen Sheets made the decision to franchise her local moving business based out of Lansing, Mich., we’ve gone on to open more than 350 locations across the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

A commitment to high-quality moving services and customer care were key in the growth of the brand, but it’s a franchisee network of like-minded individuals from all backgrounds who keep pushing this mindset and allowing TWO MEN AND A TRUCK expansion. Many of our franchisees started out as movers and drivers before working their way up and know exactly what it takes to open and operate their own successful moving franchises.

Are you interested in learning more about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK? Check out some of these success stories below to see what is possible when investing with us!

Moving People Forward: Juan Gallegos

Moving People Forward: Anthony Jent

Moving People Forward: Rob Wallace

Success Story – Johnathan Cuttino

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising offers veterans business ownership success

Today is Veteran’s Day, a day where the entire country can come together to recognize and honor the sacrifices of the brave men and women who have served this country.

While it’s important to pay tribute to these individuals today, the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand strives to do this all year long. Whether it’s through something like our Movers for Military campaign – a program designed for our franchises to collect and donate essential care items to veterans shelters each fall – or through our employment and franchising opportunities, we work hard to create a welcoming atmosphere for veterans.

Throughout our company structure, you can find veterans at all levels – from movers and drivers to franchisees, and even team members at our Michigan Support Center in Lansing, Mich. Specifically with franchising, we have long featured a history of veteran franchisees who find immense success within our franchising model.

“I think a lot of the same core values that are in the military align well with being a business owner, especially at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK in particular,” said Tim Lightner, a veteran multi-unit franchisee for the Racine, Janesville, New Berlin, Madison, Milwaukee, and Waukesha, Wisc. locations. “Values and techniques like discipline, hard work, putting the cause before yourself – those all fit well together, and there’s an overlap.”

Franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has become a viable option for veterans because the structure of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is conducive to experiences they’re used to from their time in the military.

Veterans often align well with our team-oriented environment and lifestyle associated with our franchises, creating a chance for success, as well as personal and professional growth.

“Being a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee was an easy transition for me coming from the military,” said Michael Sham, a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee in Mississippi. “The job is similar in many ways. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK makes franchise ownership easy, and even gives veterans a military discount on the purchase of the location.”

It’s not just our franchisees and franchise team members who have spoken highly of their time with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, either.

We’ve received numerous recognitions for our work with franchisees from publications like Franchise Business Review and Military times, which is a testament to our franchising model and how sustainable it can be for veterans.

“I would tell not only veterans but anybody that if you really, firmly believe in customer service and are really willing to work hard, this is one of the best situations I’ve ever seen for starting a business,” said Bob Christensen, a multi-unit TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee with locations in Iowa and Illinois.

For veterans looking for the next step and who have interest in becoming a business owner, we encourage you to visit our Franchise Development website, here.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the first and largest franchised moving company in the United States. Let us help move you forward! For more helpful tips and information on moving services subscribe to our blog and like us on Facebook.

Five important details to consider before signing a franchise agreement

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee on the phone

Investing into a franchising brand is a great alternative to traditional business ownership for those who want to be their own boss, as you’re able to buy into a proven system while still being in charge of your location.

Rather than coming up with a business idea and strategy from scratch, you’re tapping into a model that has already been established. Similar to starting your own business, you’re able to run this operation as you see fit within the framework of this established brand without having to struggle through building brand recognition or coming up with fresh ideas to market your business.

Like any business venture, though, it’s important to do extensive research and due diligence to know where your investment will take you. The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand strives to be as transparent and honest as possible with potential franchisees so they have a strong understanding of what the business will look like for them one year in, five years in, and beyond.

Whether you’re thinking of franchising with us or with another brand, you should learn as much as you can about the brand and their operational methods, also in addition to thoroughly reviewing the brand’s franchise agreement prior to signing.

When reviewing a franchising agreement, below are a few crucial questions you should consider before moving forward.

1. How long does the agreement last, and what are the terms of renewal?

Franchise agreements generally fall within the range of five to 20 years. Make sure to verify with your franchisor that the agreement spans long enough to cover your initial investment.

2. Is the agreement one-sided?

You’ll find that some franchise agreements contain provisions which can seem to favor the franchisor, such as the ability of the franchisor to make enforceable changes at any time. As someone investing in the franchise, the brand is your most valuable asset, and you don’t want all your hard work washed away by the actions or inactions of a fellow franchisee. Franchise agreements must be strong to protect your investment.

3. What fees will I be charged?

This is a crucial question to ask right out of the gate, as it’s important to know what you’re getting. In franchising, some of the common fees you will see include the initial franchise fee, a transfer fee, a renewal fee, advertising fees, royalties, technology fees, and training fees. In some instances, a franchise may be required to use certain vendors with their own expenses. Make sure to review all of these details when making your financial projections.

4. Do I have the exclusive rights to the location I’m purchasing?

Make sure you know what your investment is getting you – there are a variety of ways that a company can divide franchise territories, and territories aren’t always exclusive.

5. Is the franchise agreement negotiable?

If you research and find out that your agreement is negotiable, it should raise concerns. It is important to make sure your franchise agreement is uniform because this ensures that you and your fellow franchisees are operating under the same terms. This also guarantees the brand you invest in will retain its quality and value.

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The possibility of business ownership is what drew this North Carolina franchisee to TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise building

Throughout the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® brand, you’ll find endless stories of employees who began their careers within a franchise before working their way up to open their own TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchises.

This theme stuck out to Rich Rivera, who was drawn to positive feedback he saw about the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising system and the available opportunities for business ownership. Prior to joining TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, Rivera worked as a delivery driver and an operations manager for over two decades in the freight transportation industry. He found himself looking for a change in his career – specifically one that would put him on the path to his dream of business ownership – and TWO MEN AND A TRUCK immediately stood out.

“I started off as a delivery driver for FedEx about 25 years ago, then continued to work in freight transportation for many years before working in household good as an operations manager,” Rivera said. “I started at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK approximately four years ago as a franchise manager at the Durham, N.C., location before becoming a regional manager for an ownership group consisting of six TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchises.”

With this role as a regional manager for so many TWO MEN AND A TRUCK locations, Rivera now had the footing and the experience necessary – as well as the knowledge of the brand and its operations – to set himself up for franchising. He eventually opened his first location in Goldsboro, N.C., on August 1 of 2021, and finalized years of hard work and a dream of business ownership.

“I was always interested in franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK,” Rivera said. “One of the reasons I was interested in working with the company in the first place was the opportunity to eventually become a franchise owner. After a while working as an operations manager, I figured it was time to open my own [franchise]. The opportunity for growth drew me to the company.”

Rivera originally comes from the state of New York, and this is where he got his start in the freight transportation industry and his early professional career.

He later on moved down to North Carolina, which is where he first started noticing the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand, as there is a strong presence across the entire state. More so than just noticing the brand moving so many people in the state, he continued to learn more and read how much career promotion from within comes from the brand.

“I was well aware of the brand’s track record of employees becoming franchisees,” Rivera said.

Now, he’s finally running his own location, and the next step is being able to give others the same chance he was given when he joined on with the brand originally.

“I’ve enjoyed my career with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, and now I have the opportunity to own a franchise and help the community and create a positive environment for my employees.”

If you’re looking to learn more about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, visit our Franchise Development website to learn more!

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Franchisee testimonials give a glimpse into life as a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK owner

As TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has continued to grow over the years, so too has our franchising model and how we position our franchisees for success when they invest with our brand.

We’ve dedicated years of research and development into building the best service options possible for our franchises, which has helped us become leaders within the moving industry. We offer more than just moving options, but also junk removal, packing services, storage, long-distance and corporate relocation, load and unload services, and more. With all of these services available, franchisees are able to reach even further with their customer base and increase revenue for their locations.

“After speaking with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and learning about their core values and what they stood for, I was hooked,” said Samantha Miller, a new franchisee with our brand with a location in California. “I knew I could be successful with their support behind me. Growing up, my brother worked for a local moving company, and I saw how successful the owners were. By partnering with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, I didn’t have to wait to build brand recognition, I could jump right in.”

To see how the franchising process can benefit you, and to learn more about who we are as a brand, check out these TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee testimonials and find out why we’re a smart option for business ownership!

Holly Stewart – Multi-Unit Franchisee

Steve West – Multi-Unit Franchisee

Jonathan Crain – Multi-Unit Franchisee

Justin Tangeman – Multi-Unit Franchisee

If you’re looking to learn more about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, visit our Franchise Development website to learn more!

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Franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK: Seeing on a return on your investment

At the end of the day, the goal of any functioning business remains the same regardless of what industry the business entails: seeing a return on investment.

Franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is no different, and we’ve built a sustainable franchising model to help our franchisees find continued success once they invest with our brand. When you franchise with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, you’re buying into established brand awareness, a proven variety of service options, and a reputation of trust that spans multiple decades.

“I wanted to create a successful business not only for myself and my family, but for my community, which is why I chose to franchise,” said Samantha Miller, a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee in California. “If I hadn’t partnered with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, I would be starting in an industry that I didn’t come from and had no experience in. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has the experience and a successful business model developed from trial and error that will give me a head start at success.”

We have worked hard to tweak this franchising model to encourage people of all business backgrounds to join, and this type of commitment helps potential franchisees feel comfortable making their investment with us.

What started as a traditional home moving company has now turned into a business that can provide long-distance moving, junk removal, storage, packing services, in-home delivery, in-home moving and loading/unloading services, and much more. With all of these revenue streams at the disposal of our franchisees, we can truly brand ourselves as a one-stop-shop for customers.

More than just being able to offer a variety of moving options to customers, though, is the ability to make an impact on others and the communities where we operate each and every day. Through our services and our commitment to giving back in the community, we can truly improve the lives of others every single day – something our franchisees embrace.

“I would recommend franchising to someone interested for the chance to change lives and move people forward,” said TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Johnathan Cuttino, a franchisee in Georgia. “It’s a chance to be able to create the change you would like to see. If you care about people and want to make a living while helping them, this is a perfect opportunity.”

The stats below show the value of investing in our brand:

  • $3.08 million in average annual gross sales
  • 94% franchisee satisfaction brand-wide
  • 15% Average Annual Profitability as a brand
  • $14.3 million annual growth salves average for multi-unit franchisees
  • 53% of franchisees own 1 locations, 20% of franchisees own 2 locations, and 26% own 3 or more locations

“Franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK gives you the ability to run a small business with the support of a very caring system,” said Josh Payne, franchisee of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Canton, Ohio, location. “The revenue and profit potential in comparison to other franchising opportunities is incredible. When you add those things with the ability to truly help people and make a difference in the community, it is an opportunity everyone should look into.”

If you’re looking to learn more about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, visit our Franchise Development website to learn more!

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