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Community Impact: 7 businesses now open or coming soon to Pflugerville and Hutto

Several new businesses have opened or are coming soon to the Pflugerville and Hutto areas. The following non-comprehensive list includes eateries, a bar and a department store.

1851 Franchise: JDog Brands Provides Marine Veteran Connection and Community After Decades of Service

Retired Sergeant Major Jason Green, a JDog Junk Removal & Hauling franchise owner in Pittsburgh, spent 24 years as a Marine. After retiring, like many Veterans, he wasn’t quite sure where to go next. Green spent time in college, worked at a Veteran-focused nonprofit and started a small business through Amazon before finding JDog.

1851 Franchise: The Great Franchisee | Former NYC Corrections Officer Opens Flooring Franchise in Huntington to Create Career Opportunities for Locals

The Great Franchisee | Former NYC Corrections Officer Opens Flooring Franchise in Huntington to Create Career Opportunities for Locals

Digital Journal: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Explains Why Choosing Experts for Junk Removal Is an Excellent Idea

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Columbia is a top-rated junk removal company. In a recent update, they outlined why choosing experts for junk removal is an excellent idea.

1851 Franchise: The Great Franchisee | Navy Veteran Opens JDog Junk Removal and Hauling to Support Other Veterans

When Antonio Vicens joined the Navy right out of high school, it was mainly out of necessity. But 20 years later, he is grateful for his time in the military because it gave him opportunities for a successful future that he might not have had otherwise. Part of that successful future for Vicens is opening JDog Junk Removal and Hauling in Camden and Glynn counties.

Daily Local News: North Coventry veteran joins forces with JDog brands

NORTH COVENTRY — When Kyle Lepkowski left the Marine Corps in 2011, he wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with the next chapter of his life. He had joined the military in search of adventure — which he found during two tours in Afghanistan.

1851 Franchise: The Great Franchisee | Local Air Force Veteran and Firefighter Opens Veteran-Centric Junk Removal Business

Local Air Force Veteran and Army firefighter Brandon Ouellette is using his military experience to open and grow his business in the community. In 2021, Ouellette opened his own junk removal company but soon discovered JDog, the Veteran-centric junk removal and hauling franchise, and couldn’t wait to join its network.

Skegness Siren: Junk Removal Franchise Market 2021 Growth Drivers and Future Outlook

Junk Removal Franchise Market 2022 provides a professional and in-depth assessment of the current state of the industry internationally, including definitions, classifications, applications, and industrial chain structure. The report’s historical data elaborates on the worldwide and regional evolution of the Junk Removal Franchise market. Global Junk Removal Franchise Industry research analyses development policies and plans, along with market size, share and end users.

1851 Franchise: The Great Franchisee | Navy Veteran and His Wife Open Veteran-Centric Junk Removal Business

Dennis Doolen has dedicated his life to helping the people in his country and his local community. Doolen was in the healthcare industry for 34 years, with his career starting as a hospital corpsman in the Navy. He retired in 2008 from the military but stayed in the healthcare industry to help others. Now, Dennis and his wife, Katie, are looking to give back to the Veteran community through business ownership.

1851 Franchise: Associated Press: US Employers Are Hiring Briskly Even in Face of Rate Hikes

In October alone, American employers added 261,000 jobs, showing that even during a period of inflation, there are job opportunities being created. Companies like JDog Brands had to raise their prices nationwide to cover the higher fuel costs but still see an increase in sales throughout the brand’s 300-plus franchises nationwide. Even with inflation, the service brand can still grow in sales and hire more employees.