The Junkluggers Hartford, Connecticut Junk Removal Franchise Featured in the Hartford Business Journal
The Junkluggers were recently featured in The Hartford Business Journal in an article titled, “Junkluggers Opens CT Franchise“.
In the article, Josh Cohen discussed his background, and how he has recently started franchising the business in order to grow and expand it throughout Connecticut and the east coast. Josh expanded on The Junkluggers unique concept, and how they give back to help out the community through their services by reusing as much as they collect. Jim Leavey discussed his new opening in New Haven County, why he wanted to join The Junkluggers brand and bring it to the area.
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New York City eco-waste removal firm Junkluggers opened its first Connecticut franchise in New Haven County, returning to the state where the company was founded.”It’s a great market,” said Josh Cohen, chief executive of Junkluggers (pictured above). “It is a natural extension of what we’ve already done.”
Cohen founded Junkluggers in Fairfield in 2004, removing unwanted waste from customers’ homes and sorting it for reuse and recycling. The company moved its headquarters to New York City in 2010, although still has a company-owned branch in Fairfield County.