Start-up Costs


With every meaningful entrepreneurship opportunity comes investment, and we are proud to say that 9 out of 10 TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisees report they would invest in the award-winning, service-based franchise again.

Not only does this investment help make a difference in the lives of our customers – it also trickles down to the team members at our franchises, too.

With our specially-designed career development courses, team members are encouraged to grow in their professional careers through various frontline and management programs, taking the final step to become a franchisee with participation in the Mary Ellen’s Moving People Forward® Scholarship program. We’re proud of our franchisees who welcome professional growth among their teams by utilizing our Stickmen University courses and programs for all careers to flourish, whether that’s within our system or elsewhere.

As you’re researching our brand and the opportunity piques your interest, give us a call to learn about our more than 200 available full and mini-market territories. Now’s the time, learn how to start your own business and make a difference in the lives around you!

Your two most important assets are people and trucks! This initial investment outlays business costs of training, insurance, six months of working capital, and licensing costs at both a local and national level. We also partner with various vendors for the best business opportunities for our franchisees - we don’t take incentives for business deals, but pass the savings on. We let you decide if you want to buy or lease new or used trucks, and can work with recommended suppliers for whichever option works best in your business.

Required Assets

When signing a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchising agreement, there are a few necessary requirements to get your operation up and running and ensure success for many years to come.

Access to Capital