Junk Removal Company Owned And Operated By Vets To Expand Across US

A company based in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, notable for the fact that it is both owned and operated by veterans, has recently revealed its plans for nationwide expansion, following the success of its junk hauling operations.

JDog Brands recently announced its expansion program, an aggressive plan that’ll see the company opening 500 new franchises over the course of the next decade, introducing their increasingly large portfolio of home and commercial services to customers and businesses, including junk hauling Orange County and across the country, to the US.

The expansion plans will increase the number of businesses in JDog’s network, which currently has 200 active franchises, all owned and operated by Veterans, or military family members. On top of that, the company also introduced JDog Brands, which will act as the umbrella company for the company’s operations that’ll utilize the trust, commitment and knowledge of veterans from across the country.

The newest of these brands will be JDog Carpeting Cleaning, which they recently unveiled at Malvern, during the company’s second yearly franchise meeting.

JDog Brands Founder and CEO, Jerry Flanagan says that it’s always been the plan to establish a national brand to accommodate veteran-owned businesses and consumer services from across the country. He notes that, since the opening of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling business in 2011, they’ve come to the realization that customers put a great deal of trust and value in businesses run by veterans, and they’ve already established a loyal group of customers, both personal and commercial. He says that their unique position in the market gives them an opportunity to introduce a wide range of home and commercial services that’ll operate as their own organizations under their umbrella brand.

JDog, which started out as a two-person operation as JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, now has 200 active locations across 31 states, handling things like junk hauling Orange County and in other places, serving 12% of the US market, which amounts to about 40 million Americans. On top of that, the company has also put at least 100 veterans into ownership positions, as well as generating at least 1,000 jobs across the country.