-by Anna Stephens It’s back to school season, and families are shifting into school mode after a long, relaxing summer. As we approach the fall, nerves are setting in for many students starting their first day of school. New beginnings can be scary, especially for those children who moved to a new town this summer. … Continue reading Set your kids up for success this school year with these back to school tips
-Written by Anna Stephens Moving is a daunting word for anyone who knows what it entails. However, have you considered it from the perspective of your child? Many children have difficulty with a move because of the stress they observe and the uncertainty of what’s to come. For better or worse, children are constantly listening, … Continue reading Create a positive moving experience and lift your mini-movers’ spirits
-Written by Sydney Hartle We’re excited to announce that TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Chief Operating Officer Jon Nobis will be taking center stage at the 8th annual Dapper Dads challenge and fashion show! Nobis is one of 32 Michigan businessmen (and dads) competing to raise money for an important cause in mid-Michigan: women’s healthcare. … Continue reading Make way for the newest TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Dapper Dad: COO Jon Nobis!
-Written by Erik Sargent The core values of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® aren’t just a list of ideas, they’re a way of life that each team member in the system strives to live by daily, in both their professional and personal lives. One example are team members that exemplify this motto set by our … Continue reading Patrick Worthy humbled, motivated by TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Move Hero award
-Written by Erik Sargent Working with charities and giving back to the community is a high priority here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, and one of our top campaigns, Movers for Moms®, is getting ready to kick off. When Mary Ellen Sheets founded the company in 1985, one of the main goals she had was … Continue reading Movers making a difference for mothers in the community with annual Movers for Moms® program
-Written by Sydney Hartle Although we mainly specialize in moving services here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, we also seem to have a knack for matchmaking! We caught up with Lauren and Jared Trost in the Chicago area to talk about engagement heists, work-life balance, and (of course) romance. Lauren is currently the marketing … Continue reading A match made in TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® heaven; The story of Lauren and Jared Trost
-Written by Erik Sargent The TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® brand continues to grow month by month, and all across the country, local franchises are creating superior move experiences for customers, along with making a difference in their communities. Just look at the stats, and you’ll find the continued increase in overall numbers as … Continue reading 2016 Numbers Show Excellent Growth for the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Brand
-Written by Erik Sargent Here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, giving back to the community is a staple of who we are as a company. Ever since its founding, finding ways to make an impact on local communities has been a main point of focus, and this belief is carried over to every person … Continue reading TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Wraps Up Successful Fall Season of Giving Back
Written by Jessy Howe TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® CEO Jeff Wesley is participating in the 7th annual Dapper Dads Challenge and Fashion Show hosted by the Sparrow Foundation’s Women Working Wonders (W3). He is among the roster of Michigan business and community leaders competing to support women’s health through the fundraiser. These dads campaign … Continue reading We have a Dapper Dad in the building – CEO Jeff Wesley!
Written by Gary Parisher, President of Cheeriodicals At Cheeriodicals, we provide one-of-a-kind corporate team building activities for US and global corporations where their teams of 10 to more than 1,000 can come together to assemble “cheer-up” gift boxes to deliver in person to local children’s hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses. Our business was born of … Continue reading TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® – Delivering Smiles Matters