Erin Whitty/Two Men and a Truck
Whitty’s journey to this point started back at the University of South Carolina where she graduated with a degree in business administration. After spending a short time working in commercial real estate in New York City, she accepted a position with Two Men and a Truck in Fairfield County, Conn. in 2001.
Her cousins own the location, and they recruited her as a move consultant. After four years, Whitty was promoted to an office manager. A short time after her promotion, Whitty moved to Atlanta when her husband was relocated for work. She joined the management team at the Two Men and a Truck franchise located in Tucker, Ga. and continued to use her extensive experience to climb the ranks. As the management team grew their portfolio to five franchises in 2012, she continued to shine and became a multi-unit manager.
In January of this year, Whitty had the opportunity to purchase her own franchise in downtown Atlanta, and she capitalized on it.
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