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Two Men And A Truck puts on a show for The Block

Two Men And A Truck has had a few brushes with stardom in 2013.

In February, we helped Kyle Sandilands move from his six-bedroom Dover Heights home to St Ives.

And this month, eight of our men and four of our trucks appeared on Channel Nine’s The Block All Stars.

The episode, which aired on 6 March, featured the eight contestants on The Block’s “ultimate super-styling real estate challenge”.

But it was not only a challenge for the contestants – our removalists were put to the test.

Each of the show’s four teams had four hours to choose furniture from one of four high-end furniture stores to style the living areas of a $2.5 million penthouse apartment in Camperdown.

“As any good real estate agent will tell you, preparing your house for an open home can make all the difference to prospective buyers,” co-host Shelley Craft told them.

The apartments had to be prepared by 6pm that evening for an actual open house inspection. That meant our removalists had to be fast, efficient and take maximum care with the designer furniture borrowed from the store’s showroom.

One of our removalists, Chris McNiece, was on Josh and Jenna’s team – who took three hours to choose the furniture to fill their apartment, which included a $10,000 mirror, from SPACE.

“It was high pressure,” he said.

“We only had one and a half hours to load the truck, drive to Camperdown and move the furniture into the apartment,” he said.

“I wanted to beat them up with a $5000 cushion,” he laughed.

Channel Nine was very pleased with Two Men And A Truck’s performance, according to the show’s publicist Emma Wells.

“I can say from personal experience with the guys on the day that they were fabulous! We simply couldn’t have done the challenge without them,” she said.

Two Men And A Truck also helped out with The Block’s Bondi Sculpture Challenge, which aired on March 13.

You can see our guys in action in the episodes of The Block here:

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