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JDog Junk Removal & Hauling looks to hire 300 Veterans in 2017

According to the company’s latest Press Release, JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, after tripling its size in 2016, will continue its rapid expansion in 2017 through franchising. This is great news for veterans as the company has stated its dedication “to increasing post-military career opportunities for veterans.”

“In the coming year, JDog plans to open 75 new franchises, with growth fueled by franchise deals set to bring JDog services to new metro areas including, Detroit, MI; Naples, FL; St. Louis, MO; and Alexandria, VA. In the first quarter of 2017, JDog will open in San Antonio, TX; Tampa, FL; and Fort Knox, KY, among other areas.

In addition to offering business ownership opportunities to veterans throughout 2016, JDog established an important partnership with the VA’s therapeutic Veterans’ employment program, Compensated Work Therapy (CWT), to provide additional work opportunities for veterans. The brand was also selected as a Veteran-Owned Small Business by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and debuted the addition of JDog Handyman, a handyman branch of the company.”

A commendable achievement for the organization that has seen a huge growth in revenue over the past few years. Founded by military veteran Jerry Flanagan, JDog is a franchising company that caters exclusively to military veterans and their family members, and last year grew from 33 franchises to 131. Organizations like JDog are the epitome of what’s right about our country. I with the organization continued success, and if you know a veteran interested in starting a franchise, tell them to take a look at JDog at http://www.jdog.com.

 

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