Your Louisville Movers
Joel began at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® in May of 2018 as a mover with the plan of only staying for the summer between college semesters. He fell in love with the company and decided to stay, becoming an Operations Manager before recently being promoted to Louisville's Area General Manager! Joel appreciates that “we are all family here”, meaning that everyone is always willing to help each other out no matter what. When he isn’t managing a successful shop, his passions include fishing in his boat and dreaming of his plans to one day travel to Greece.
Mike Perry joined the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® team as a Franchise Manager in October 2018 with ample customer service experience. He brings many skills to the team, including a keen sense of responsibility and sincerity. Mike’s favorite part about being on our team is the awesome people he gets to interact with every day. When he’s away from the office, he appreciates the simple things in life like golf, spending time with his kids, and being a history buff.
Tevin “Taz” Baker joined the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® team as a driver in the summer of 2018 and with a lot of sweat and perseverance, advanced into a management role. He has many passions in life, but some of the most important include art, music, seafood, and traveling. Tevin wishes he could be best friends with Will Smith or a NASCAR driver – either would be acceptable. If you ever have a chat with Tevin, make sure you ask him to sing you a verse from “Dirt Road Anthem Remix” by Jason Aldean (feat. Ludacris). He’s the one you want on your side!
Cheryl comes to us with 30+ years of sales and management experience. She joined the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® team as a dispatch/operations manager in 2013. As a customer service representative, Cheryl enjoys speaking with a variety of people and helping them make their move less stressful. After spending several years as a military spouse having to move multiple times, she understands how overwhelming moving can be. Outside of the office, Cheryl enjoys spending as much time as possible with her family, calling them “the most important thing in the world”.
Stacey “Fluff” Zickel has been with the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK team for two years and may be one of the first voices you’ll hear when you give us a call. The best part of working for the "Movers Who Care®" for Stacey is the opportunity to meet different customers and maybe make them laugh once or twice. One of her life mottos is “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all”. She says if someone bought her a plane ticket to Hawaii, she would leave yesterday. Stacey is proud to be an independent woman and her karaoke night song would be “Picture feat. Sheryl Crow” by Kid Rock. If you ever have a chat with Stacey, make sure you ask her to tell you a joke!
Say “Hello!” to Misty, one of our Professional Move Consultants! Having been a part of the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK team for a few months now, she appreciates the opportunity she receives daily to help people. One piece of advice she would offer to anyone that’s moving is to be prepared, which may include calling the "Movers Who Care®"! Outside of the office, Misty enjoys reading a good book and riding the tallest roller coasters she can find. Thanks for being part of our team, Misty!
Cortnie has been with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK for the past 3 years minus a short stint. She began her career working as a CSR. In her first month, she sold over 100k. Cortnie is in charge of all the in-home consultations for local and interstate moves. When you don't find Cortnie assisting clients she can be found traveling with her boyfriend and little girl.
Before TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, Kyle worked with his father doing paint contracting for a few years, as well as electrical construction for a short time. Kyle said he has always been more of the hands-on type. He started off with the company in September of 2018 as a mover, wanting some time to get to know the job before hopping into the driver's seat. After about 6 months he became one of the top guys at the Lexington shop and felt like it was time to step up. So that's what Kyle did. He became a driver with the support of his management and the moving team. It didn't take long for him to become comfortable and confident in his abilities. Always taking pride in his job and giving customers the best move of their life, the TWO MEN AND A TRICK way. Kyle will miss being a driver but is happy knowing he can help with a bigger impact now and be a part of something becoming even greater.