Myrtle Beach Team Members

General Manager
Keith Todd
General Manager

I was searching for something different in life. I had a buddy working for the company at the time. He told me that the pay was good and the tips-so I was on board with that!! Haha I didn't know what I was getting into at the time! Fortunately I was a hard worker. I wasn't gonna let the furniture beat me! That was a start of a new journey for me and my family. I started off as a driver on the truck and a couple of years later I got promoted to the operations manager a position I held for 9 years. I'm now the general manager. I've been truly blessed to work all the years with our owner Greg Savitski. He has always treated me and my family with respect and made us feel like family.

Operations Manager
Mike Holt
Operations Manager

After 30 years in the moving industry, Mike came to Myrtle Beach to retire. He decided after a month of being bored with retirement to fill out an application and join the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK family in 2016. He was a driver for two years before he was promoted to the sales team. He was promoted to the Operations Manager in 2019. He likes working for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK because everyday is different and challenging. He feels empowered to make changes that improve the operations of the franchise because his supervisors give him latitude to do so. His favorite part of the day is getting up for work. One of Mike's assets is that he can adapt and overcome adverse situations.

Tabitha Green
Lead Customer Service Representative

Tabitha has worked for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® since 2013. She says "it's a good company to work for and I enjoy working with my co-workers." She likes putting a smile on customer's faces by giving excellent customer service and it shows as Tabitha was recently in the top 10 in sales throughout the entire TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® System!!

Kyle Customer Service Representative Myrtle Beach Location
Kyle Gray
Customer Service Representative

Kyle Gray started with the company Jan. 2016 as a Driver and went on to become a Customer Service Representative(CSR). After months of well executed moves and great customer feedback, he says "The following year I became the first CSR to reach $100,000 in sales. I like to keep a positive outlook from day to day. Even though some days can be real demanding. One thing I always remember, even if my cups empty, I still have a cup. The Office crew and truck crew are real open and welcoming which is real important in my book."

Customer Service Representative
Derrick Rush
Customer Service Representative

We would like to congratulate Derrick Rush on his promotion from Driver to Moving Consultant. Derrick has worked for TMT Myrtle Beach for nearly 5 years. He has been of our top drivers over that entire time. We are excited to have his positive energy and vast knowledge of moving inside the office, although we know his teammates will miss him out in the field! By the way his a big Tom Brady fan!

Senor Mover
Michael Lance
Senior Mover

Michael Lance has been with the company for the past five years. He has a very strong work ethic and admits to being a workaholic. He is the recipient of the Iron Man Award which is an award given to the employee that has worked the most hours during a course of one year. He is also the recipient of the Attendance Award for never having missed a day of work. He is ready to face any challenge that a day might bring and is great at problem solving. One of his favorite things about working for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK is the family environment that it offers. He can often be heard referring to his teammates as his brothers. He enjoys working with customers and making their move as smooth and as stress free as possible. A little known fact about Michael is that he loves all genres of music and likes to stay on top of the fashion scene.

Winston and Dewey - move heroes
Winston and Dewey
Move Heroes

We would like to commend Dewey Freshley(right) and Winston Wallace(left) for being move heroes. Recently, while unloading at an apartment complex they responded to a call for help which turned out to be flames engulfing one of the apartments at a nearby building. They were the first ones on the scene and were able to contain the fire with a couple of wall-mounted fire extinguishers until the fire department arrived. According to the fire chief, their actions kept the fire from spreading to other units in that building. Unfortunately, a 68-year-old resident died in the fire. Thanks again Dewey and Winston for potentially saving others and going above and beyond!