Two Men and a Truck

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Two Men and a Truck/International, Inc.
Founded 1985 (1985)
Headquarters Lansing, Michigan, United States
Key people
  • Mary Ellen Sheets, Founder
  • Brig Sorber, Executive Chairman
  • Melanie Bergeron, Chair
  • Jon Sorber, Executive Vice President
  • Jeff Wesley, CEO
  • Randy Shacka, President
  • Jon Nobis, COO
  • Brant Hartle, CFO
Company truck

Two Men And A Truck is a franchised moving company, headquartered in Lansing, Michigan, with franchises in 41 U.S. states, as well as the United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. The company is the largest franchised moving company in the United States with more than 410 locations.


The company was founded in the early 1980s by Lansing brothers Brig Sorber and Jon Sorber. Using an old '66 Ford pickup truck, they performed moves to earn extra spending money. Their mother, Mary Ellen Sheets, drew the logo for their new company and that stick-figure logo still represents Two Men and a Truck today. Sheets took over the business when her sons left for college. In 1985, she purchased a 14-foot (4.3 m) truck for $350 and hired a pair of movers. This is the only money Sheets personally invested in the company. A fellow panelist at a university business seminar in 1988 suggested Sheets consider franchising. After further research, the first franchise was awarded in 1989.

Two Men and a Truck's boxes, trucks, or movers can be seen in several popular movies including"(Masterminds) 2016Earth to Echo (2014), Save the Date (2012), Limitless (2011), No Reservations (2007), Burn After Reading (2008), and White Noise (2005).


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