Junk-removal business helps veterans find a purpose

A national junk-removal business is expanding into Madison, but it’s here to do more than clean out your basement. Amanda Quintana shows us how employees are helping our veterans find a purpose after serving.


A Franchise with a Mission

Army Veteran Jerry Flanagan sits down with Tamara to talk about being the Founder and CEO of J. Junk Removal, a company that hires military veterans and gives them a chance to open their own franchise.



National Defense Radio Interview




JDog Welcomes New Chief of Marketing

BERWYN, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–JDog® has appointed Suzanne Harris as Chief Marketing Officer, a new position for the national franchise organization that empowers Veteran business ownership and creates career paths for military Veterans and families of Veterans. Drawing from more than 20 years’ experience in marketing leadership positions, READ MORE 


14 Winter Survival Tips from the Coldest Parts of the Country

Scott Seiberg, owner of veteran-owned junk removal service JDog Buffalo South in New York, says hand warmers are a staple in his truck during the winter months. Read More Here


INC. JDog Quirky Team

At JDog the day doesn’t follow the traditional concept of ritualized professionalism–and that’s why workers and creativity thrive. Read more here


AARP What Your Stuff is Costing You

Perhaps this sounds familiar: You finally treat yourself to new clothes, new furniture or new appliances. But in an effort to be frugal, you also hang on to the old stuff. You cram the clothes into closets, move the old fridge to the basement (it still works well enough for now…), Read more here.


5 things I wish someone told me when I first started

“My company only sells franchise territories to Military Veterans and Veteran Families. We are the only franchise in the world that operates this way. I have created this model to give Veterans an opportunity to own their own business and put other Veterans to work in their local communities” Read More


This veteran went from bankruptcy to starting a junk-hauling business bringing in millions

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…




JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Plans for Pittsburgh Expansion

In-studio interview with Jerry & Andrew Wein regarding JDog’s Pittsburgh expansion plans.




New Territory Open in Westfield

Franchise owner Wade M. Rivest, a master sergeant in the 104th Fighter Wing and a Westfield resident, thanked everyone who gathered at the Legion in front of Rivest’s camouflage-wrapped JDog trucks READ MORE    


Veterans-focused company expands into Flower Mound

Story featuring the Hennigans in honor of Veteran’s Day Read more


14 Inspiring Veterans who Became Entrepreneurs

Story including Andrew Weins as a JDog franchisee. Read more


‘Risk It All and Risk It Often’ According to This Veteran Entrepreneur

Profiling Andrew Weins for Entrepreneur’s veterans/their amazing work series Read more


Local woman opens veteran-only franchise

Interview with Anita regarding her new business in Lake Lanier. Read more


Junk Removal company a treasure for veterans

Interview with Hank McClellan about his new business in Centennial Read more