We move people forward
Two Men and a Truck has been moving folks around the Upstate for decades, but in the 18 years since Rebecca and Bryan Feldman have owned the business, it has extended its services to meet the needs of every homebuyer and seller. “Our core business is moving,” says Rebecca. “But we have expanded to help better serve the Upstate.”
Among those additional services are storage options, accommodations for designers, and junk removal. Two Men and a Truck can now store homebuyers’ belongings until they are ready to be moved, and they offer receiving, storage and delivery for interior designers while homes are being planned and designed. The newest addition to the Feldmans’ franchise is junk removal, in which a truck can come to customers’ houses and haul off unwanted junk. “When you move, you realize how much you’ve accumulated,” says Rebecca of the new service. “And you often try to clear out excess items. That’s what this new service is intended for.” Now, Two Men and a Truck can move what you want and throw away what you don’t.
The Feldmans own 13 franchises across the Southeast, but they call Greenville home: “We love Greenville. We love all the growth it is experiencing, and it’s a wonderful town to raise our children, who are now 12 and 14.”
Two Men and a Truck is certainly growing in the Greenville area, but top-of-the-line movers are still the core of the company. “What sets us apart is our dedication to customer service and the professionalism of our movers,” says Rebecca. That’s why when the Upstate is planning to move, Two Men and a Truck is planning to help.
107 Sandra Ave. Greenville