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Meet the Central Connecticut

Ben Hayes General Manager
Ben grew up in Wethersfield Connecticut, and graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont. Since then he has helped manage a music venue in Oregon, managed institutional construction in Boston, Massachusetts, and had his own wood carving business in Pennsylvania. In the role of General Manager Ben ensures that each move is performed smoothly and efficiently, and that our team constantly strives to exceed our customer's expectations. Ben loves that TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® encourages all employees to be the "Movers Who Care®", and brings his good-natured patience into every situation. Ben is happy to be back in Connecticut, where in his free time he enjoys reading American History and hiking with his family.
STEPHEN - sales manager
Stephen grew up in Hartford, CT and graduated from North West Catholic High School. With seven years in customer service and in the moving industry, Stephen manages customer inquiries, skillfully responding to questions, concerns, and ensuring that moves are thoughtfully planned. Above Stephen's desk hangs a poster with THE GRANDMA RULE®: to treat everyone the way you would want your grandma to be treated. This is one of the core values of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, and one that Stephen embraces daily.
edwin-operations manager
Edwin Ruiz
Operations Manager
Edwin was born in Puerto Rico but spent his formative years in East Hartford. Prior to starting at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® as a mover Edwin worked in logistics. His passion, however, has been volunteering as a Fire Fighter in Manchester. At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, Edwin oversees operations at our Rocky Hill location. He focuses on safety and training new and current employees on proper lifting, padding and wrapping furniture, and truck maintenance. He often visits our crews at your home to ensure your move is going smoothly and to refine professional moving procedures in the field. We are proud to have Edwin in our management team as an example of the career progression at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Central Connecticut.

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Kid-friendly cardboard DIY crafts for the holidays

December 11, 2017
-Project by Cat Armstrong and Anna Stephens The holidays are the perfect time to stay in and craft with your little ones. These crafts are simple, low cost , and offer tons of creative freedom for your kids! Grab your cardboard boxes and let’s get started!Continue Reading