Two Men And A Truck

Two Men And A Truck
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Two Men And A Truck is a franchised moving company, headquartered in Lansing, Michigan, with franchises in 32 states in the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, Canada and Ireland. The company is the largest franchised moving company in the United States. It has more than 200 locations.

The company was founded in the early 1980s by Lansing brothers Brig Sorber and Jon Sorber. Using an old pickup truck, they performed moves to earn extra money. Their mother, Mary Ellen Sheets, drew the logo for their new company. That stick-figure logo still represents Two Men and a Truck today. Two Men and a Truck's boxes can be seen in the moving scenes of the 2014 movie Earth to Echo, the 2012 movie Save the Date. the opening scene of the 2011 movie Limitless, in scenes from the 2007 movie No Reservations, and both boxes and a truck with the logos plainly visible appeared in the 2005 movie White Noise as well as boxes with logos in the 2008 movie Burn After Reading.

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Country of origin 
US United States
Business established 
1985
Franchising since 
1989
Number of units (worldwide) 
283
Target countries 
AR AR
AU AU
AT AT
BR BR
BG BG
HR HR
CZ CZ
FI FI
FR FR
DE DE
HU HU
IE IE
IT IT
MX MX
NO NO
PY PY
PE PE
PL PL
PT PT
MD MD
RO RO
RU RU
RS RS
SE SE
UA UA
AE AE
GB GB
US US
Target locations 
Contract type 
Contract duration (years) 
5
Investment level 
Franchise fee 
45.000 EUR
Royalty 
6,00 % of TO/month
Please note that the legal and financial info presented here may vary, depending on the country and region. Prices are expressed in EUR and may have been converted from local currencies at the time of the listing.
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