JDog in the News – Page 2


News12 Connecticut: State lawmakers create bill to crack down on catalytic converter thefts

State lawmakers are looking to crack down on thieves who steal catalytic converters out of parked cars, but some businesses say their plan targets the wrong people. Sean-Michael Green, of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling in Fairfield, says someone stole the catalytic converter from their truck right in a Home Depot parking lot.

InsideNova: Manassas franchisor urges veterans to highlight military experience

Jerry Flanagan, the founder and CEO of JDog Brands, is urging veterans to capitalize on that status as they seek to start or grow a business.

1851 Franchise: Talk of Alabama: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling - Grand Opening

In an interview with Talk of Alabama, JDog franchise owner David Gillespie discussed the opening of the Tuscaloosa location as well as the importance of veterans supporting veterans.

Fox11 News: Think Spring with JDog Junk Removal & APX Treasures and Collectibles

Catherine & Miranda joined Living with Amy to talk about JDog Junk Removal & Hauling and some unique items you can find at APX Treasures and Collectibles. JDog Junk Removal empowers Veterans by offering an eco-friendly residential and commercial junk removal business opportunity.

WMAR2 News: Veteran-owned Company Sets Out To Lower Vet Unemployment Rate

A Pennsylvania-based company is helping veterans across the nation, including in Baltimore, with business ownership and job opportunities.

1851 Franchise: How This Former U.S. Coast Guard Achieved His Dream of Opening a Military-Centric Business

After serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Josh Coleman decided it was time to follow his entrepreneurial dreams. But Coleman didn’t want to invest in just any business — he knew he needed to find something that would allow him to stay true to his military background. When he discovered JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a Veteran-centric home services franchise that offers junk removal for both residential and commercial property owners, it proved to be the perfect fit.

1851 Franchise: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Identifies Las Vegas as Ideal Growth Market

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, the junk removal franchise from veteran-focused franchisor JDog Brands, is looking to help the people of Sin City live junk-free lives. Over the past year, JDog has signed a growing number of franchise agreements as savvy entrepreneurs capitalize on the pandemic-fueled boom in the home services sector. Now, the emerging brand hopes to open new locations by the end of 2022, with sights set specifically on Las Vegas.

First Coast News: JDog Junk Removal among several business taking part in TPC 11th annual Military Job Fair

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla — The 11th annual Players Military Job Fair will take place on Saturday March 5 at TPC Sawgrass.

Almost 30 businesses will be at the fair, including JDog Junk Removal.

JDog has a location in Jacksonville and is veteran owned and operated.

The business specializes in junk removal and hauling services for homes and businesses in the area.

FOX 19 NOW: DIY projects to make out of items found while decluttering

Wine corks? These can be made into multiple items. Glue them to the back of a frame for a DIY bulletin board, or hot glue gems on top for a wine stopper hostess gift. Bricks? These may seem like the perfect item for your dumpster, but they can be turned into fun planters with some spray paint dirt or potting soil. Place dirt into a hole and pop in a few small succulents for the ultimate low-maintenance garden. Old paint cans? After a good cleaning, spray paint the bucket gold (or whatever color you choose!) and then wrap with wrapping paper or wallpaper in a fun pattern for a new ice bucket! Vintage mirror? Instead of tossing, keep the spray paint out for a new fun tray for candles.

KUTV: 4 DIY Projects to Try At Home

Spring is just around the corner, and it’s time to think about Spring Cleaning.

As you declutter–think about hanging on to a couple of these “junk” items for some fun DIY projects!

Kris Liford, a local veteran business owner with JDog Junk Removal and Hauling in Logan, joined Fresh Living to showcase four DIY projects you can make out of items found in your home.