Liz Friedmann announced as 2018 Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward® Scholarship winner

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Like any other day of work for Liz Friedmann, it was business as usual as she arrived to the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® St. Louis, Mo., office on Thursday, September 27.

Friedmann had spent the last year participating in the Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward Scholarship program, a year-long program designed to train managers from within the system all aspects of the business to transition them into the franchisee role. She knew the winner announcement was looming, but didn’t know where she stood in the rankings. Continue reading

Nick Trentanelli takes on franchising role after nearly two decades as TWO MEN AND A TRUCK general manager

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Time and time again, we promote career advancement stories of our well-deserving and motivated team members throughout our system. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has a history of promoting from within, and this helps us keep our family-oriented culture fresh and strong as we continue to grow.

For Nick Trentanelli, his story is yet another example of how hard work and commitment to the brand pays off in a big way. Continue reading

Franchisees around the country prepare their teams for the year’s busiest weekend

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-Written by Erik Sargent

Hard-working frontline employees are what drive TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® to new heights year after year, and this weekend, teams from coast to coast will be hustling as they endure the year’s Busiest Move Weekend.

With 6,200 moves on the books and 3,100 trucks expected to be on the roads, we’ll be out in full force helping to ease the moving process for our customers. Meanwhile, our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchisees have been working to get their teams prepared for the busy weekend, and there’s quite a bit that goes into this process. Continue reading

Maine franchisee hopes his career advancement inspires others in the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® network

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-Written by Erik Sargent

When the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise in Portland, Maine, officially opened, Colin Bergeron played a huge part in the launch as the franchise’s general manager – a crucial role for any franchise opening in a new territory with little to no brand recognition.

Fast forward to the end of May, and Bergeron’s career remained in Portland, but this time it had a new ring to it – franchisee. It’s a new leadership role for Bergeron, and he knew the support system he had around him would make this transition an enjoyable one. Continue reading