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TAMPA, FL, March 31, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- College Hunks Hauling Junk & Moving® is continuing to keep its trucks on the road, providing valuable service to those in need during this challenging time. The purpose driven, socially conscious company is meeting community needs in a variety of ways, including instituting a no-contact junk pickup program, helping displaced students & families who still need to move, continuing meal donations to families in need, and a group of Pacific Northwest franchisees have even started a much-needed food delivery program serving the hard-hit Seattle area. College HUNKS has partnered with World Vision© to disperse meals and supplies to the significantly impacted community, free of charge.
Five area franchise partners are participating in the effort launched by Renton, WA College HUNKS owner Susan Davis who says, "We are humbled and grateful that we are able to make a difference in our community at this time. World Vision is an impactful organization and we are pleased to be able to donate our manpower and trucks to them during this time of need." Suzan Ruiz of Bremerton, Brandon Christian of Tacoma, Karin Olason of Seattle, and Price Paramore of Spokane are all franchise owners in the Pacific Northwest who jumped at this opportunity to give back.
Supporting local communities is a key practice of the entire College HUNKS brand; all locations partner with Feeding Children Everywhere to donate two nutritious meals for every completed service. "This is a critical time for mitigating childhood hunger when children are stuck at home without access to nutritional meals at school, so keeping our trucks rolling to help our clients who need us while also donating two meals to Feeding Children Everywhere for each job will hopefully help mitigate the long term negative impact on our communities," states Omar Soliman, co-founder and CEO of College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving.
In addition to Express No-Contact Junk Pickup, College HUNKS is continuing to provide full moving services so no one will be stranded during this challenging time. They are also providing a wide range of other essential services. As a national transportation, logistics and waste hauling company, their trucks and teams are assisting with transportation of needed supplies, warehousing & storage, bulk trash and dumpster alternatives, waste & refuse disposal, and delivery of goods to businesses and homes.
The company is taking all safety precautions to ensure the health of their team members and clients, following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) measures and has instituted employee temperature checks and is disinfecting trucks after each job. "We value the safety of each of our clients and team members," said added Soliman. "Beyond monitoring the situation and consulting with local public health officials, we have protocols in place, which mandate that every franchise across the country practices new safety measures such as eliminating our daily team huddles."
About College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving
College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving® was originally founded by two college buddies with a beat-up cargo van and now has over 100 franchises providing full-service tech-enabled residential and commercial moving, junk removal, donation pickups, and labor services in the United States as well as Canada. H.U.N.K.S., which stands for Honest, Uniformed, Nice, Knowledgeable, Service, is a socially conscious, values-based organization, and has a national partnership with Feeding Children Everywhere, which strives to end childhood hunger. For every service the HUNKS complete, two nutritious meals are donated to a family or child in need, and within 3 years of this partnership, donations have exceeded one-million meals. Today, the company strives to become recognized as an iconic brand, renowned for its world-class company culture and service, while also providing a viable employment and franchise opportunity to pursue personal and professional fulfillment. https://www.collegehunkshaulingjunk.com
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