JDog in the News – Page 3


ABC Albany (WTEN): Veterans Empowering Veterans - JDog Junk Removal and Hauling Capital Region

Ray Gagnon and his son RJ of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Capital Region were featured for empowering their primarily Veteran workforce, as well as for their eco-friendly methods of recycling and repurposing 70% of everything they collect.

Bellingham Herald: A food truck gets a permanent location, Citizens Dock restaurant coming to Bellingham

In recognition of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Bellingham’s ribbon-cutting ceremony, owner Torrey Willett was included in this weekend business column.

G.I. Jobs Magazine: Franchises for Veterans (Only)

Jerry Flanagan and Jon Moore, owner of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Vista, were profiled for this feature story on opportunities for post-9/11 Veterans.

Franchising USA: JDog Carpet Cleaning To Be Led By Special Ops Marine

The newest division of JDog Brands, JDog Carpet Cleaning, is featured for its Veteran-owned and operated connections and its leadership under Chayse Roth, former Special Ops Marine and current President and COO.

ABC Baltimore (WMAR): Turning people's clutter into a path to success for veterans

In this segment about Veterans helping Veterans, Chad Allen, General Manager of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Baltimore, shares how he goes above and beyond for his fellow Veterans at JDog and for his customers.

Franchising World: 5 reasons Veterans can help your franchise

In a contributed article, Jerry Flanagan shares the benefits of recruiting Veterans as franchise owners and employees.

NBC Providence: Military Appreciation Month

In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Bryan Lindley, owner of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Warwick and Providence, was featured in a morning TV segment. He shares JDog’s mission to hire Veterans, his passion for giving back to the community, and what local residents can do to support Veterans and active duty service members.

Observer Newspapers (Houston Chronicle): Veteran-owned junk removal business makes mark on area after Hurricane Harvey

In the spirit of giving back to his community, Region Partner for JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Houston, Dave Gravley, shares how his team is helping local residents recover after recent storms.

Community Impact: 512 Rage Room now open in Kyle

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Hays County owner, Damon Fogley, has started another local business that utilizes items from jobs that can’t be reused.

Mic: How to support veterans and service members this Memorial Day in ways that actually make a difference

In this story about ways to give back to Veterans on Memorial Day, Jerry Flanagan suggests shopping at Veteran-owned businesses. “The more you can support these businesses, the more employment they can provide,” he says.