Two Men and a Truck driver/trainer Macros Nabejar was recently named the company’s Local Move Hero in a nationwide search for professionalism, integrity and customer service. Nebejar was one of the first employees hired when the company opened in 2016. He moved quickly through the ranks and has trained the majority of employees at the location. Local Move Heroes are submitted from franchises all across the country, and a committee reviews the nomination forms and verifies performance ratings, such as customer satisfaction scores, and evaluates each local move hero’s unique qualifications for the award. The finalist nominations are then sent to the executive team for review. Two Men and a Truck President Randy Shacka also conducts a phone interview with each nominee.

Nabejar, originally from Grand Saline, lives in McKinney with his wife, Elizabeth, and daughters Lilly and Natalie.

How long have you worked with Two Men and a Truck?

Two years and three months.

What’s the best part about working there? 

Everyone treats each other like family.

What’s the most challenging part? 

Dealing with different attitudes

What was your first thought when you found out you won the Move Hero Award?

That God is good! Helping the community was very important to me.

How do you feel about being honored?

Blessed. Hard work pays off.

Why is it important to you to keep your standard for service high?

I love the satisfaction of knowing I’ve taken care of someone’s needs during a stressful time.

Tell us about your church involvement. 

When I have spare time, I work with the church to serve the community.  We go out and other members, and non-members, of the church with building homes, fencing, etc.

What about community involvement?

We do most of our community involvement through the church and every year we do Angel Tree. Angel Tree buys gifts for families that cannot afford them at Christmas time and the church members get together and raise money to donate to the cause. We also work with the church to raise funds to get supplies for local schools.

Do you have a favorite McKinney hangout? 

My house … no place better!

What do you like to do in your spare time? 

Spend it with my family.

What is in your ultimate dinner spread?

Steak!

If you could meet anyone from history, who would it be?

George W. Bush