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The Junkluggers of North Tampa Bay is your trusted and eco-friendly junk hauler.
The Junkluggers of North Tampa Bay offers a wide variety of junk removal services, including furniture pickup, e-waste recycling, attic cleanouts, and even curbside junk removal for your convenience. We can collect nearly everything, from massive entertainment centers to cellphones. Our luggers never shy away from a junk removal project!
Book a free, on-site junk removal estimate to learn more. We proudly serve Florida homeowners and businesses throughout Tampa, Palm Harbor, Lutz, Tarpon Springs, Holiday, and areas nearby.
Vinny & Summer Breault
Vinny Breault grew up in Tampa and went to high school with his now wife, Summer Breault. He received his B.S. in Marketing from the University of Tampa, his MBA from the University of Central Arkansas, and served in the United States Army for three years before starting his professional career.
Vinny has demonstrated success with building world class revenue and generating organizations by implementing ground-up strategic business development, sales, relationship management, and product strategy plans. He is an experienced leader and excels at recruiting and building strong teams. Vinny values the importance of professionalism, getting the job done on time, and doing it right. His goal is to build a thriving family business in North Tampa Bay that gives back to the community, especially children and veterans.
Vinny and Summer have a fun and loving family who enjoy sports, boating, and fishing. They would give the shirts off their backs to help others. Most recently, their family hand-made and donated a skim-board to the Life is Good Foundation, where it sold and raised $500 for hungry children in the U.S.