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JDog Junk Removal & Hauling (JDog), a national franchise organization dedicated to providing business ownership opportunities to veterans and relatives of veterans, announced awarding over 200 territories nationwide today.
“JDog franchise system is made up of a tightly-knit community of owners who want to join our brand because they see how passionate we are about providing business ownership and employment opportunities to veterans,” said Jerry Flanagan, CEO and Founder of JDog. At JDog, military values guide all operations: Respect, Integrity and Trust. The franchise opportunity offers a low barrier to entry, high profit margins, and simple-to-operate model with significant support from a team of veteran and experienced business executives.
JDog franchisees operate easily recognizable, camouflage vehicles and trailers, and recycles or repurposes a substantial amount of the collected material. The Philadelphia-based company works closely with local and national organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, and local schools, churches and hospitals to donate useful items to those in need.
In addition to offering business ownership opportunities to veterans, JDog established an important partnership with the VA’s therapeutic Veteran’s employment program, Compensated Work Therapy (CWT), to provide additional work avenues for veterans. The brand was also selected as a Veteran-Owned Small Business by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
For more information about JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, including details about the brand’s franchise opportunities, visit JDogFranchise.
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