TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Makes Plans for Vermont
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Makes Plans for Vermont

Moving company looks to expand in Northeast.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, moving company TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is making expansion plans in the Northeast with a focus on untapped markets in Vermont.

The rapidly expanding company has doubled in size in the last four years, and CFO Jeff Wesley tells the Barre Montpelier Times Argus that the company aims to partner with entrepreneurs to bring jobs to these target communities while filling a need.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK has locations in 39 states, but none in Vermont. "New Hampshire and Maine are desired locations, in addition to Vermont. In the Northeast, Two Men and a Truck plan to open up 25 new locations."

The number of Vermont locations will depend on the local business owner, states Wesley. The northeast expansion will include both core locations and satellite offices. "Wesley said each location could potentially bring 10 to 20 new jobs immediately, and that over time that number would continue to grow." Wesley is confident towns with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK offices will see
an economic benefit.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK aims to ease the stressful moving process with its commitment to customer service and ever-expanding service area.

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