Lincoln, Nebraska is the location of the latest Two Men and a Truck business to be bought up by two men who started off as employees of the same firm. Justin Tangeman and Tyler Whalen began working at Two Men and a Truck in 2008 and 2010 respectively, and bought their first franchise in Omaha in 2015. With other investors, they then bought a location in the Southwest. Like the first franchise, the new Lincoln-based operation was purchased from Eileen Marrison, who opened it in the early 1990s. Two Men and a Truck was launched in Lansing, Michigan in 1985 and now has more than 350 locations in 42 states and overseas.
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