TAMPA, FL - (Marketwired - Sep 1, 2015) - College Hunks Hauling Junk has opened its second Connecticut franchise operation, growing its service area within the state as part of a broader Northeast expansion plan.
Owner Rob Brockenberry's territory covers eastern Fairfield County, New Haven County and a portion of Middlesex County in the midstate area. The well-populated area offers a lot of possibilities, which was what attracted the former logistics and transportation professional.
"I know trucking logistics, and I know customer service," Brockenberry said. "The more I looked at College Hunks, the more I wanted to move in that direction. These guys really know what they are doing; the transparency they showed throughout the vetting process really gave me a strong comfort level when I decided to move ahead."
"Rob realized that College Hunks hauling Junk provides a strong, two-source revenue stream with moving and removal services, a nationally known, growing brand and a really great story," said Omar Soliman, CEO and co-founder of College Hunks Hauling Junk. "We make it a point to share everything we can when we are talking to potential franchise owners, and that's why so many smart entrepreneurs like Rob want to join forces with us."
Those conversations always include a lot of customer-service points, including how College Hunks Hauling Junk is a company that builds young people into community leaders, and is much more than just a moving and removal vendor.
"The brand itself is a solid differentiator," Brockenberry said. "We put a lot of emphasis on hiring college students and building leaders. We have a lot of schools in the area to draw talent from, and I think that will be noticed. The people hiring us will be pleased to see that we are developing and growing young, local leaders in the business community.
"Good people and good training set College Hunks apart in every market, but attention to detail and customer satisfaction make a huge difference, as well," Soliman said. "Thirty percent of our business comes from repeat customers and referrals, and that is growing every month. Those repeat customers, and their referrals, only come from people who really buy into the brand and the service being provided."
Brockenberry agreed, adding, "The biggest opportunity, which comes with every customer contact, is to create that 'wow' experience. We are committing to making that happen with every removal, and every move."
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Danielle Wright Kimble
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