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Photograph by: Carol Stewart The Feldman Family T heir life is perpetual motion, but Bryan and Bryan and Rebecca just celebrated the 10-year Rebecca Feldman wouldn’t have it any anniversary of both very happy ventures. other way. Bryan’s experience with Two Men and A Truck “We are ALWAYS moving,” laughs Rebecca. goes back even further: while at USC he earned Sometimes it’s moving through the busy spending money by doing other people’s heavy days of parenthood—with a kindergartener lifting with the Columbia franchise; after and preschooler things never slow down—or graduating, he worked for Two Men and A Truck in 208 Transit Drive Greenville volunteer commitments with the Junior League Atlanta before buying the local franchise in 2002. 864.329.1228 and Children’s Museum. Bryan is an avid runner With a dozen trucks and 30-plus employees, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm currently training for the Boston Marathon. Greenville’s Two Men and A Truck does everything Saturday 8-11am from rearranging furniture to relocating entire And then there’s work. That’s moving—literally— because the Feldmans own Greenville’s Two households. The company has enjoyed exponential Men and A Truck franchise. Married only one growth over the past decade—and that’s because Professional Movers the Feldmans and their staff pack a little extra month before they became business partners too, customer service into every single job. 22 behind the counter | 2012