Several newspapers have recently published articles about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK and our various franchisees. One in particular interviewed our very own Kari Campbell of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK – Oshawa. In this article, she discusses how being a woman can be a benefit in a male-dominated industry like moving.
Being a woman in a male-dominiated industry isn’t the biggest challenge for franchisee Kari Campbell, who runs the Oshawa franchise and last November opened a satellite office in Peterborough.
A greater challenge has been overcoming the public’s perception of moving companies – everyone has heard horror stories of moves gone terribly wrong or people being scammed or precious items being damaged or vanished into thin air.
Moving, after all, is much more than the physical transport of goods from one location to another – it’s about handling people’s memories.
In that sense, being a woman has been an asset in a business often associated with tough, burly men.
“I’m going to understand that china cabinet is 100 years old and belonged to her grandmother,” said Campbell.
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