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DENVER, CO, July 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ – College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving® is expanding in Colorado with its newest location in Denver. Upon its grand opening on July 22, 2022, the new Denver South College HUNKS will offer the company’s signature fast, friendly moving and junk removal services, as well as donation pick-up and general labor assistance. To do.
Franchise owner Dustin Hughes leads the HUNKS team at Denver South College to serve the city’s neighborhoods and provide quality moving and junk removal solutions. Before he joined College HUNKS, he was a training manager in the maintenance department of RTD. He is responsible for light rail overhead lines, track infrastructure, substations and train signal training. Dustin Hughes is also a US Navy veteran.
Dustin Hughes, owner of Denver South College HUNKS, said: “When I lived in Florida and served in the Navy, I heard about College HUNKS. Fifteen years later, when I was introduced to a franchise consultant, I learned about the company and its values and ethics. I shared, I was sold! College HUNKS has such a positive energy and it resonates so much.”
College HUNKS serves customers throughout North America by providing fast, flexible and reliable moving and junk removal services, as well as donation collection and general labor assistance. Denver South College HUNKS is located at 4110 Rio Grande Ave, unit B, Sedalia, CO 80135.
College HUNKS co-founder and visionary Nick Friedman said: “He joins a strong network of like-minded individuals who are dedicated to providing each client with superior service in a fun and enthusiastic team environment.Thanks to our franchise partners, we are We can bring quality brands to more communities and support them: individuals and businesses with mobility and haulage needs.”
College HUNKS is also a purpose-driven company dedicated to being part of the community. The South Denver location will support local initiatives as well as College Hanks’ core causes, including helping food-insecure children and victims of domestic violence. He expressed that he is looking forward to pouring energy into the local community in the form of activities.
“College HUNKS was a good fit for me. They have a great business structure, so I am happy to start my business dream with them,” Hughes added. “I grew up in this community and look forward to giving back and serving.”
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