For TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisee Doug Sudell, there’s no such thing as a typical day at the office.

On any given day, you can find him taking on whatever job is thrown his way in order to make his business run smoothly. That involves a variety of different tasks — being part of the growing moving industry doesn’t simply mean unloading a truck or being out on a job every day. Instead, the brand’s franchisees are more focused on running a business and overseeing the day-to-day operations. That means Sudell’s schedule often varies depending on what his employees and customers need.

“I don’t think there’s such a thing as a typical day for any TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®employee. Every move is unique, and the customers that we deal with are vastly different. That’s just the nature of the business — each day offers a unique opportunity for us to take our jobs to the next level,” said Sudell. “We’re fortunate in that the brand has created an unparalleled level of transparency and openness that’s empowering and keeps us stable, no matter the situation. TheTWO MEN AND A TRUCK® team gives us so much information on how to best run our businesses, which makes it easy to succeed.”

That information comes through the brand’s initial and ongoing training. From marketing efforts to the behind the scenes work that goes into running a successful business, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has a system in place to help its local owners make the most of their individual franchises.

“Like any other business, there are hard days where tons of things come across your desk. But that’s the benefit of being part of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s franchise system — there’s plenty of support to handle it,” said Sudell. “Every day, I continue to be amazed by the corporate team and franchisees around the country. We’re really all in this together, and we’re moving the business forward on both the national and local levels.”

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