In 2010, U.S. Army veteran Jerry Flanagan was at a low point. The economy had slumped and wiped out his small business operating kids’ birthday party stores. Read more here…
“I wanted to hire a veteran to work with me because our brand was a veteran-owned business.” Jerry Flanagan This veteran went from bankruptcy to starting a junk-hauling business bringing in millions.
Many veterans face a tough time finding work when they re-enter the civilian world. A former Army man himself, Jerry Flanagan started a junk removal franchise to do something about the problem. Read More
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a company dedicated to increasing post-military career opportunities for veterans, has bolstered its leadership team with the addition of Marine Corps Reserve Major General James Lariviere to the JDog Joint Chiefs Advisory Board. The team of advisors is comprised of highly-placed military veterans and successful entrepreneurs who provide leadership and counsel to the company and its franchisees. Read More
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a company dedicated to increasing post-military career opportunities for veterans, has named United States Marine Corps veteran Kevin Kopa as the national franchise’s new Vice President of Quality Assurance. He will be tasked with continuing to grow the company’s national commercial partnerships… Read more here.
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a rapidly growing national company on a mission to offer business ownership opportunities to veterans and their family members, is now servicing the Merrimack area. JDog franchisees provide junk removal and hauling services to both residential and commercial customers, delivering service the military way: with respect, integrity and trust.
The new JDog will service Merrimack and the surrounding Hillsborough County area, and is owned by Merrimack resident John Elias. Elias is a retired Air Force veteran with over 20 years of service and a Federal Correctional Officer at Federal Medical Center, Devens. Read more JDog New Hampshire.
Want to thank a veteran? Instead of offering charity, choose to do business with a veteran.
Patronize a veteran-owned business, and you invest in the veteran’s family, as well.
In honor of Veterans Day, this week the Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network is highlighting companies such as Berwyn-based JDOG Junk Removal & Hauling.
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