Category: College Hunks Interviews

College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving expands into Grand Rapids, MI

Mark T. Cusack is the latest College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving franchisee to recognize a great opportunity After a long and fulfilling corporate career, our newest College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving franchisee is starting a brand new chapter in his life. The newfound

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Young Entrepreneur exits corporate maze, seizes opportunity with College Hunks

Former sales and marketing representative takes the College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving plunge Andy Garcia is typical of your average College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving franchisee: highly motivated to succeed and willing to roll up his sleeves to get the job done. When

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Food delivery operator taps into junk hauling franchise opportunity in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Q&A about the junk hauling franchise opportunity with College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving franchise owner Alex Biggam Some might call Alex Biggam a serial entrepreneur, the kind of guy who is always looking for the next great business success. Alex had already created several

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New franchisee designs his family’s future by hauling junk

Q&A with new College Hunks owner Jim Wright on his junk hauling and moving franchise in Houston One of the unique aspects of the typical College Hunks franchisee is that there is no typical College Hunks franchisee. They come from all walks of life and

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Man leaves corporate life to open College Hunks franchise in St. Paul

Businessman jumps off the corporate ladder to open a College Hunks moving franchise in the St. Paul area Many people get fed up with climbing the corporate ladder, but few actually do something about it. One person who did just that is Jeremy Knospe, who

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Meet the New Owner of Orlando’s College Hunks Moving Franchise

Q&A with new College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving franchisee Bill McKay Like so many other franchise owners, College Hunks Hauling Junk franchisee Bill McKay was eager to escape the corporate grind while creating a tangible asset that he could leave for his children someday.

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