JDog in the News – Page 2


1851 Magazine: JDog Carpet Cleaning & Floor Care Eyes New Jersey as Next Growth State

The exclusively veteran-owned home services franchise has identified room to add over ten new locations in The Garden State.

1851 Magazine: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Identifies Cincinnati as Ideal Growth Market

The exclusively veteran-owned home services franchise has identified room to expand its footprint in the Ohio city.

1851 Magazine: JDog Brands Launches Carpet Cleaning Franchise, Finds Early Success Despite COVID

The veteran-focused brand is aiming to add 20 new locations by the end of 2021.

1851 Magazine: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Signs 50-Plus Military Veteran Franchisees in First Half of 2021

By tailoring its franchise opportunity directly to the skills, needs and values of former military members, the junk hauling franchise has become one of the most popular investments for veterans.

Spectrum News: Veteran-owned businesses continue public service

Retired Army Logistics Officer Major Lillie Williams is putting the final touches on her newest franchise venture — JDog Junk Removal and Hauling.

Facebook: New JDog opens in Boulder County, Colorado!

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling is now available in Boulder County, CO! Army Veteran and family are ready to start hauling junk.

The Morrow County Sentinel: JDog celebrates opening with Chamber ribbon cutting

The End Zone Bar and Grill was packed with JDog Junk Removal and Hauling family, fans and Chamber of Commerce members Monday, Aug. 2.

FranchiseWire: Meet three U.S. Military veterans who continue to serve through franchising

Jerry Flanagan is the founder of JDog Brands, a veteran-only franchisor that includes two service-based brands (JDog Junk Removal and Hauling and JDog Carpet Cleaning and Floor Care). He started the company to create opportunities for veterans and their families.

Fairfield Citizen: 'Veterans need opportunities': New business in Fairfield provides help to veterans

Sean-Michael Green knows the feeling of loss that can come with leaving the military and returning to civilian life. Now he’s looking to help other veterans navigate that switch with his new franchise, JDog Junk Removal and Hauling. The business opened less than a month ago in Fairfield and serves nearly 20 towns from New Haven out to the New York line.

The Patch: 'He Gave Me A Chance': Fairfield Business Brings Jobs To Veterans

Sean-Michael Green, a Marine Corps veteran who spent 12 years in the service, has opened a new business he hopes will not only help residents, but bring employment to other veterans and their families as well.