We’re sending today’s High Five out to Tyson Agusto from Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo, ON!
We asked Just Prittie, Franchisee and General Manager of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK ® Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo to tell us about Tyson, and here’s what he had to say:
Tyson joined our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo, team in August of 2019. He has been working as driver and completes many of our larger, longer distance moves. Our customers love Tysons positive “can-do” attitude.
Tyson has lived in Kitchener his entire life. He attended Conestoga College for Security and Investigations, and advanced his education in Police Studies, with goals to become a Police Officer. He is also part of the Royal Highland Fusiliers Infantry Unit as an army reserve.
Tyson enjoys hiking, traveling and experiencing new, exciting activities. He would be ecstatic to see his favorite sports team; the Toronto Maple Leafs bring home the Stanley Cup. His favourite core value is the “THE GRANDMA RULE…to treat everyone the way you would want your Grandma treated.” He truly treats our customers belongings as if they are his own.
When we asked Tyson what his favourite things about working at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® are, his response was our culture – a fun, safe and healthy work environment. He also enjoys meeting all new types of amazing people, makes even those long hard days much more fun. Tyson we thank-you, you are a valued member of our team!
Our customers agree that Tyson really stands out at his job. Here is what they have said when he’s on their move:
Tyson and Alex were awesome. They did an amazing job! Thanks again guys!
It was a pleasure working with you. Your employees were courteous and professional. Everything was done exactly as needed and the furniture was handled with the utmost care. I was definitely happy with your service and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend your company!
Thank you for taking such great care of our customers Tyson! We appreciate the excellent customer service that you’ve provided during each and every move. High five!