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

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee on the phone

Behind every great franchising brand is a unique, detailed, and financially sound franchising system which encourages sustainable profit and growth for the franchisees.

At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, we’ve worked diligently to build a franchising model which is both exciting and dependable for new franchisees. Since the company’s very early days, as we began to add on our first franchises outside of Lansing, Mich., in the late 1980s and early 1990s, we’ve looked to partner with new franchisees who share a passion for delivering the highest levels of customer service in the moving industry and who love giving back to their employees and their communities. We feel these are the driving forces behind our brand, and it has helped us expand to 46 states and four different countries.

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.

From the moment we begin speaking with potential franchisees, our Home Office support teams encourage all of the above and work to serve as a valuable resource. Whether it’s figuring out initial startup costs, purchasing trucks and equipment, building out a franchise team, or finding an office location – there are a lot of question involved with franchising, and we’re here to help.

Below are some of the most important questions our franchise development teams go over with potential franchisees before they sign any agreements so they know exactly what they’re getting into.

How much money is needed to open a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise?

On average, the initial investment required for our standard franchise market start-up costs runs between $179,000 and $585,000 depending on a wide range of variables including authority fees and the amount of trucks you purchased. The capital required for a standard market is $150,000 in liquid assets and $400,000 in net worth.

For our mini market franchise locations, start-up costs usually run between $100,000 and $192,000. Mini markets require $80,000 in liquid assets and $160,000 in net worth.

How many trucks are required to open a franchise?

Based on our numbers, the average TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise is usually running somewhere around 12 trucks at any given time. We require new franchises to have at least two trucks in operation at opening. Adding new trucks increases your capacity and increases your ability to serve more customers.

What is the best type of market for me?

Multiple factors can go into this, as we offer a variety of different options for new franchisees. Markets differ in both size and demographics, and the decision to open in an existing market or start in a new territory is generally based on the cost and personal preference of the new franchisee.

Also, we offer our mini-market territories which allows for franchise openings in areas with a smaller population. You can learn more about this plan, here.

What is the best time on the calendar to open a new franchise?

There is no right or wrong time to open a new franchise with us. Moving is constant, but a majority of our business happens during the summer months in the year. There are advantages and disadvantages of any season from an operations and finance perspective, but it generally boils down to what fits your personal plan.

How quickly can I expect return on my investment?

According to our franchising data, franchises that had been open for 12 months of operation saw an average gross sales of $682,402, while average annual expenses totaled $655,259. By year three of operations, a majority of our franchise were able to experience significant growth, with an average gross sales of $1,176,579 and an average annual expense total of $951,321.

By year five of operation, the average annual gross sales were $2.2 million with an average profit of 11 percent, showing just how quickly you can start to see a return on that investment.

To learn more about franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and to find out how you can start your own franchising story today, visit our franchise development website, here!

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Illinois franchisee’s motivation and commitment to the brand helped him reach his dream of business ownership

People who tend to find the greatest success in life are the ones who don’t shy away from new challenges, responsibilities, or opportunities, regardless of what they might be.

For new TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Franchisee Jake Whitt, he fits this description perfectly – in fact, he’s made it a personal point to never say to no to new responsibility since he started with the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand more than a decade ago. This started right from the beginning, as Whitt found himself at a crossroads and needing something new professionally.

“Prior to starting at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, I was a member of The Business Professionals of America all throughout high school, and this helped lead me to a management position at a retail store soon after,” Whitt said. “During the recession in 2008, this store went out of business, and I was forced to find a new occupation. Work was tough to come by at this time, but I was able to find an opening at the new TWO MEN AND A TRUCK location which was opening in Elmhurst, Illinois in November of 2009. Soon after, I was making my first moves in February of 2010.”

The rest, as they say, was history. Working under former TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Franchisee Paul Brown, Whitt continued taking on new responsibilities and working his way up through the ranks at all of Brown’s franchises before finding himself in a management role.

After nearly 12 years of hard work, dedication, and helping move these franchises forward, Whitt reached his professional dream when Brown sold him the Wheaton, Orland Park, and Chicago Midway, Illinois franchises recently.

“I felt I have been given great opportunities throughout my career with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, and I’m not one to say no to more responsibility,” Whitt said. “I was lucky enough to have a great mentor in my predecessor Paul [Brown]. He molded me into the businessman I am today, and I intend to use what I’ve learned from him and others within the system to continue the growth at the franchise I now own. It’s relationships like that – plus other relationships I’ve made throughout the brand – that made this such an exciting opportunity.”

These relationships and mentorships have also gone a long way in helping Whitt prepare both personally and professionally for this major transition, something he greatly appreciates.

“I feel that Paul did a phenomenal job of preparing me for these transfers from management to owner,” Whitt said. “One thing I’ve learned is that I need to be comfortable in knowing no process is ever complete in this business because things are always changing. I’ve learned the importance of asking questions to my staff members, and I’ve learned the importance of encouraging change within our staff. You must be open for new ideas, but firm in policy.”

While business ownership will be new for Whitt personally, he will be taking over franchises with an already established reputation and customer base.

There are many goals Whitt is interested in completing now that he’s taken over – everything from culture to sales and career growth for employees – but one main objective will always be top of mind for Whitt.

“Total growth,” Whitt said. “By that, I mean molding a team which can handle growth on every front. That’s always the main goal.”

It’s an exciting time for Whitt as he begins this new journey, and he’s ready to dive in headfirst.. It may not been on his radar in November of 2009 when he first heard of the job opening he would end up taking, but the hard work and dedication he has put in since then has rewarded him in a big way.

“Throughout my growth within the company over the last 12 years, I have constantly been able to speak with other franchise managers and franchisees to assist with my own personal growth,” Whitt said. “TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has been incredibly inclusive to all employees at all stages of their careers, me included. I would tell anyone who is interested in opening their own franchise that it can be a very fruitful investment for you, both personally and financially.”

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK: The Story of the Stickmen

Another year has passed  and at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, we continue our journey of moving customers forward with a variety of service options as we head into 2022.

The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand has been around now for nearly four decades, and although we’ve grown immensely over the years, the core of who we are and what we believe in has remained the same. 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.

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 news: 2021 year in review

It’s hard to believe, but another year has passed us by and 2021 is coming to a quick close.

For TWO MEN AND A TRUCK , 2021 was a year of change and growth – especially coming off the challenges we all faced in 2020. Thankfully, with the resiliency of our franchisees and their teams and with the systems we’ve put in place over the years, we were able to survive those challenges and even continued to grow the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand into 2021.

With many existing franchisees growing their current operations and expanding, as well as new locations opening up with first-time franchisees – the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising network is as strong as it’s ever been, and that franchise growth is expected to continue going into 2022! With an added emphasis on our mini-market model and finding new franchisees from within our system and from other business backgrounds, what we are building is proving to be a sustainable franchising model that can take the business to new heights.

And, with our 2021 acquisition by ServiceMaster Brands, we have even more resources at our disposal to build on these efforts.

We thought it would be a good idea to take a look back at everything that happened in 2021 on our franchising blog platform and revisit some of our top stories from the year.

Check them out!

1. Franchisee Kyle Norcutt named 2021’s “Moving People Forward award winner

Norcutt has been with the brand for a few decades now, and currently is the owner of franchises in Colorado, Michigan, Utah, and Washington. Numerous employees who have worked at Norcutt’s franchisees have gone on to do great things with our brand, and it’s a testament to the culture that Norcutt has built across all of his locations.”

2. A passion for moving people forward inspires Ohio franchisee to keep chasing success

For TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Franchisee Stephanie Clarey, she has just that – experience and nearly two decades worth of it at her side. Clarey has held a variety of roles within the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK system for 18 years now and over this time, has worked her way up to now having her own location.

3. The Story of the Stickmen

Since the days of literally “two men and a truck” working for extra little extra spending money in the Lansing, Mich., area to being the largest franchised moving company in the United States, we’ve worked to build a brand that helps people move forward in life while also giving back. Founder Mary Ellen Sheets’ simple idea has opened doors for people from all walks of life, and we still carry the mindset of that small, local moving company from Lansing.

4. 14 years after emigrating from Ecuador, San Diego franchisee continues to find success as a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee

“It means a lot. I feel proud that I’m an immigrant and have achieved my version of the American Dream now that I am a U.S. Citizen,” Gallegos said. “The “American Dream” is alive and well, despite what you might hear these days. America is a great place to move and live and raise a family once you compare it to many other places. I am a true testament that you can still come to the U.S. with nothing and make something out of yourself. It’s just a matter of putting in the hard work and effort into whatever you do.”

5. What a day in the life of a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee looks like

“The goal for us is always growth,” said Multi-unit Franchisee Nick Roerig. “We want to grow the business, grow people’s careers, and grow the positive impact we can have on the people around us. That’s what’s great about this company – it is a place where you can grow all of these things with like-minded people.”

6. New North Carolina franchisee used family as motivation to advance and grow his career

Many TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisees began their journeys on the trucks as movers and drivers and for new franchisee Jeremy McDuffie, he is no different. McDuffie – along with co-franchisees Tim Kirian and Brian Churney – recently opened the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Outer Banks, N.C. franchise. This is not only a milestone achievement for our brand as we open a new location, but also for McDuffie, who was able to have years of hard work solidified as he transitions to the franchisee role.

7. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK frequently asked questions

When you open a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise, your main goal is to oversee all assets of the franchise and ensure they are operating smoothly. This includes hiring a management staff and movers and drivers, purchasing trucks and moving equipment, and more. Most importantly – you want to build a culture of success within your franchise to ensure you keep growing within your community.”

8. Multiple revenue streams possible when franchising with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

“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.”

9. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising requirements you should know

Financial planning is critical for any business journey, and franchising is no different. We encourage all potential franchisees to do their due diligence as they inquire about the franchising journey with us., We also do our best to offer helpful resources and answer questions they might have along the way. From the initial franchise startup costs to purchasing trucks and equipment, building your team, and finding an office – there can be quite a bit of research involved.

10. Wyoming franchisees use TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s mini-market model to excel in smaller territory

“Mini-markets run very similar to our tradition markets, but on a smaller scale. We now have the technology and support mechanisms in place to help create a profitable business in a market that requires a smaller local support staff,” said Jon Nobis, CEO of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK. “The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand has grown significantly throughout the United States, giving customers a recognizable yet local name to do business with no matter where they move.”

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK embraces Hulu to reach new customers and help franchisees strengthen the brand across local markets

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee on the phone

As the media landscape continues to evolve, consumer behavior follows close behind. With more consumers ditching traditional cable or satellite TV subscriptions and consuming content through their connected TV (CTV )— usually on one of the many over-the-top (OTT) services such as Hulu — brands are shifting even more ad dollars to these emerging channels. For context, the number of CTV users in the U.S. reached 203 million in 2020.

These trends are why TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® began using Hulu Ad Manager in 2020 to create impactful, local streaming TV campaigns. We’re able to leverage Hulu’s 39 million subscribers and their robust targeting options to put our brand in front of the right consumers.

“At the corporate level, we have initiatives to help local franchises understand options for spending their local marketing budget. Up until now, the spend has been focused on social media, search and display, and network and cable television,” said Bill Barrett, a franchise marketing specialist for the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK corporate team. “While we provide useful information to the franchises, it’s up to them to manage their local marketing spend. One of our challenges, specifically with TV buys, has been the inability to help them if they get stuck, since we lack insight into the campaigns they are individually managing. One of the appealing benefits about Hulu Ad Manager is the ease with which we can buy and manage Streaming TV ads on the franchisees’ behalf.”

The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK campaigns use a blend of demographics, life events, behaviors, interests, and ownership status. Using Hulu’s first-party data and targeting, we’re confident our ads will show to users who fit our ideal customer profile. Franchisees are starting to share similar confidence as more begin to add Hulu to their media mix.

In-depth targeting capabilities are not as readily available in cable and network TV campaigns. These extra layers allow for more control over our campaigns than ever before.

It’s imperative to the growth of our brand that we leverage emerging advertising and marketing technology that provides tangible benefits and value to our franchisees. We are thrilled to add Hulu advertising to our ever-growing list of marketing tools — as we’re confident it will be an integral part of our continued marketing success.

You can read more about how we use Hulu to propel our brand forward in this conversation with the Hulu team.

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK provides ideal business opportunities for veterans

With Veteran’s Day being celebrated yesterday, we as a brand like to pause and honor the sacrifices made by the brave men and women veterans of this country.

All year long, we strive give back to veterans through programs like our Movers for Military campaign, and we also work hard to be a destination for veterans with employment after their time in the service has ended. Throughout the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK family, you can find numerous veterans working in a variety of roles, including  as franchisees of their own TWO MEN AND A TRUCK locations.

“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.”

Veterans are able to align well with the lifestyle at our franchise locations, and things like our company core values resonate with their military backgrounds.

“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.”

The work we’ve put into our franchising model as a destination for veterans has been noticed on national level, as we’ve been recognized in publications like Military Times and Franchise Business Review as great opportunities for veterans.

It’s a testament to the people who have transitioned from life in the military to our brand finding success, and to the systems we’ve put in place to build a sustainable franchising model.

“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 out there who are looking for the next step and who have interest in becoming a business owner, we encourage you to reach out to our Franchise Development team and learn more about the opportunity, or visit our Franchise Development website, here.

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Wyoming franchisees use TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s mini-market model to excel in smaller territory

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Moving Truck

While there are certainly smaller-sized cities and regions throughout the country, one thing’s for sure … there is still a need for professional moving services!

This was the driving idea behind TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s mini-market franchise model, which was designed to bring our world-class, professional moving services to areas with smaller populations. It gives potential franchises the opportunity to open their own TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise, but at an investment cost that is lower than our traditional franchise model.

“Mini-markets run very similar to our tradition markets, but on a smaller scale. We now have the technology and support mechanisms in place to help create a profitable business in a market that requires a smaller local support staff,” said Jon Nobis, CEO of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK. “The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand has grown significantly throughout the United States, giving customers a recognizable yet local name to do business with no matter where they move.”

Mini-market franchises started in 2017, and since then, we’ve added 10 to our franchise network. There are still many more open territories to fill!

Two of the first states to open mini-market franchises were Montana and Wyoming, and both have hit the ground running with their operations as they work to expand the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand in these states.

Watch the video below to learn about our mini-market franchises in Wyoming and its franchisees, Rob Graham and Justin Woods, to see how the experience has gone for them!

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14 years after emigrating from Ecuador, San Diego franchisee continues to find success as TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee

There’s no set path to business ownership, and each path to becoming a business owner is unique to the individual living it and setting out on the path to be their own boss.

For TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisee Pedro Gallegos, he brings another unique chapter to the company’s vast franchisee network. His career with the company started in 2008, where he worked as a finance intern at the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Home Office location for a year. But his overall story started a year prior when he made a decision that would affect his entire world.

“My story is a little different. I am a first-generation Hispanic immigrant,” said Gallegos, who is the current franchisee for the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK San Diego franchise. “I emigrated here from Ecuador in 2007.”

As the world celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s important to acknowledge and celebrate people of Hispanic backgrounds, making a difference in communities across the country.. For Gallegos, though, this concept isn’t something he has been familiar with very long – but it’s something that comes with an immense amount of pride.

“I honestly didn’t know about Hispanic Heritage Month until a couple of years ago because I didn’t grow up with that,” Gallegos said. “However, I do feel proud of myself coming to United States 14 years ago with two bags and no family to now owning a business that employs 50 people.”

It’s been a long journey for Gallegos, but one filled with opportunity and the chance to make a difference in the lives of others.

He made the purchase of the San Diego franchise with his wife Alicia in the summer of 2012 after she encouraged the decision. It was a bold step for the couple, but one that was filled with a ton of support along the way.

“My wife Alicia had been working in the system her whole working career, as she is the daughter of one of the original ’stickmen‘, Brig Sorber,” Gallegos said. “So, our process was a little different than most. It was a little overwhelming at first because you’re getting fed so much information in a short amount of time, but that happens with any new business you start. Everyone at Home Office was so helpful at the time, and I continue to rely on them as much as I did nine years ago when we started.”

Coming from a background of finance and working in the consulting arm of a public account firm, the idea of independence and the flexibility of owning your own business appealed to Gallegos.

Paired with the idea of being able grow a business while being able to impact the lives of his employees and help move them along in their careers, he knew he was ready to jump at the chance of becoming a franchisee.

“Some of my favorite parts of the job are just being able to service a very distinctive need in the community,” Gallegos said. “Moving is not fun, so being able to assist customers with their moves provides a lot of satisfaction. I also enjoy creating and providing jobs and seeing my employees grow. Plus, the flexibility of being a franchisee allows me to spend time with my young daughter.”

Gallegos pointed to TWO MEN AND A TRUCK being a “tried and true business” when talking about why he would recommend the opportunity to others. Through recessions and pandemics, the business is still able to thrive, and the opportunities for growth continue to present themselves year after year.

The journey has been eventful, but worthwhile for Gallegos, and he’s proud of what he’s been able to achieve. He came here from Ecuador in 2007 unsure what to expect, and has worked his way to being a Hispanic business owner in his community – something he knows isn’t easy, but is obtainable.

“It means a lot. I feel proud that I’m an immigrant and have achieved my version of the American Dream now that I am a U.S. Citizen,” Gallegos said. “The “American Dream” is alive and well, despite what you might hear these days. America is a great place to move and live and raise a family once you compare it to many other places. I am a true testament that you can still come to the U.S. with nothing and make something out of yourself. It’s just a matter of putting in the hard work and effort into whatever you do.”

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Learn all about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK mini-market opportunities with new virtual information sessions

In order to continue expanding our franchise network and growing the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand, we‘re offering new informational sessions on what the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee experience entails!

We’re thrilled to announce our virtual sessions will kick off in October – TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Franchising 101: All About Mini-Markets!

These sessions will help potential franchisees learn about our exciting mini-market model, which is a plan we developed in 2017 that allows franchisees to open TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchises in smaller markets for an investment that is less than our traditional franchise model.

Franchisees who have opened mini-markets with our brand have found success quickly, and that’s why we are looking to continue expanding this option while targeting additional markets across the country with a need for high-quality, professional moving services.

During our Franchising 101, you’ll learn all about franchising with our brand, hear from members of our Home Office Executive and Franchise Development teams, as well as other important details about starting a mini-market franchise, including startup costs, available territories, details about the business, and knowledge from experienced franchisees.

Register here for one of three sessions held on October 26 and 27!

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisee success stories show the possibilities available with the brand

Since TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Founder Mary Ellen Sheets decided to grow TWO MEN AND A TRUCK into a franchising brand, welcoming new franchisees in to expand the family, it’s been a priority to continue improving our franchising model with new and improved innovations.

Throughout the last 35 years, we’ve taken feedback- both good and bad- to determine new ways to support our franchisees while giving customers additional service options.. And, with recent moves like the acquisition of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK by ServiceMaster Brands, we’re improving the resources we have available to continue pushing our brand new to heights.

However, at the end of the day, the success of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK can only be achieved with an outstanding franchisee network, and we have just that. With individuals from all types of business backgrounds, we have hard-working people representing the brand daily who are just a eager to see their franchises grow.

Take a look at a few of our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchising success stories below!

Justin Tangeman – Multi-Unit Franchisee – Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico

Nick Roerig – Multi-Unit Franchisee – Georgia, Tennessee, Texas

Holly Stewart – Multi-Unit Franchisee – Georgia

Mike Reps – Multi-Unit Franchisee – Minnesota, North Dakota

Steve West – Multi-Unit Franchisee – Illinois, Maine, Missouri, South Dakota

To learn more about the franchising opportunities TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has to offer and to learn how you get started on your own franchising journey, visit our Franchise Development website.

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