3 Reasons Why Becoming a Mover is Awesome

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Many times the idea of becoming a mover can be pushed aside.  People think that the work is really hard and working with customers is even harder.  Well… that can be true, but that isn’t always the case.  Being a professional mover has several perks that make the job awesome and rewarding all at the same time!

Oh the Places You Go!

Movers get to see places that many other occupations wouldn’t. Many of our movers have gotten to see all over the southeast while working on moves. One day you may find yourself inside a multi-million dollar home.  We are right next to Music City.  It is not farfetched to see yourself moving a country music star. (It has happened before!)  We can promise you will get to see some amazing places from behind the window of a Two Men And A Truck® truck.

Earn while you Burn!

Gym memberships are expensive these days.  When you are a mover, there is no need to spend a ton of money on a fancy workout facility.  Honestly, movers get paid to workout.  We can agree that the furniture can be really heavy at times, but there is no way not to produce some great guns lifting those heavy pieces.

Strive for the Opportunity

Our favorite thing about becoming a mover with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is that the growth possibilities are endless.  Four people on our Brentwood management team started with this company as movers. Movers who strive for the opportunity have endless growth possibilities with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®!

The summer months are always the busiest times of the year for professional movers; therefore, we are always looking for great additions to our team.  At Two Men And A Truck® our drivers are all over the age of 21 with a clean driving record. All drivers must be able to pass a D.O.T. Physical, Non-D.O.T. drug test and background check.

If this sounds like you or someone you might know, share our career link below with them.

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