Fairfax County Times: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK deal with logistics of political movements

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Fairfax County Times: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK deal with logistics of political movements
Fairfax County Times: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK deal with logistics of political movements
Franchisee Martin Pollack discusses finding success in Washington, D.C.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Franchisee Martin Pollack and his three Virginia locations have greatly benefited from the revolving door in Washington, D.C.. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK not only has moved many politicians into the White House, but has also been responsible for moving them out after these shake ups.

Said Pollack to The Fairfax County Times, "We have to make sure that we have a top-level product, because we never know who we’re going to move. One day, we could be moving just a grandmother and grandfather, and the next day, we could be moving one of the top officials in the White House.”

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