Butler-Based Junk Hauling Company Aims to Give Veterans Jobs

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A military veteran in Philadelphia started JDog Junk Removal & Hauling seven years ago. Business boomed so he decided to offer franchises to fellow veterans and their families. That’s where Wisconsin native Andrew Weins enters the picture.
“This business allows me to take care of the environment,” he says.
Weins served in both Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
“We push the fact that we’re veteran owned and operated because from a marketing standpoint, it’s a competitive advantage,” he explains. “However, I’m here for environmental responsibility. That’s my goal and mission in life. [It] just so happened JDog allows me to get into it.”
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