Today is a very special High Five Friday. We always say that our people make us the “Movers Who Care®“, but we have some employees who go above and beyond, not only as members of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® team, but as members of their communities. This is one such situation.
The city of Brampton, Ontario was recently forced to deal with a disastrous fire. Up to eighteen Town House units were destroyed. One hundred people were displaced from their homes. Worst of all, a 10 year old boy lost his life due to the incident.
The community rose to the occasion and began donating necessities to those left to deal with this tragedy. Three TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® – Brampton employees recognized a need and took a TWO MEN truck to the scene. They helped with the logistics of loading and moving the donations to a more secure and larger donation drop-off facility.
We are extremely proud of Matt Handy, Liz Handy and Jay Boudreau for seizing an opportunity to help a community in need. They are perfect examples of “Movers Who Care®”.
Each week we give a High Five to an exceptional employee who is out there turning an experience that can be pretty stressful, into something pretty special. Each and every day our customers tell us amazing stories about the members of our Two Men And A Truck family. From our customer service representatives and move estimators to our movers and drivers, we pride ourselves on having the best people in the business.
Our people make TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® a different kind of moving company. Our people make us the “Movers Who Care.”