Junk King Chattanooga Welcomes New Ownership

Local Resident Invests In Eco-Friendly Junk Removal Service

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Junk King, the nation’s leading junk removal company, announced the Chattanooga location has new ownership with local resident Tiffany Bryant.

Pursuing her vision of entrepreneurship, Mrs. Bryant joins Junk King as the managing member of the Chattanooga location.  Close at hand is Mrs. Bryant's husband, Aaron, who has an extensive background in accounting. Just over 24 years ago, Mrs. and Mr. Bryant met while attending the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.  Shortly thereafter, they moved to Chattanooga. 

Junk King Chattanooga was started in 2011 by Fred Friday. Selling Junk King Chattanooga will allow Mr. Friday to focus on enjoying his retirement.  “Operating Junk King Chattanooga has been my most rewarding career experience because customers really appreciate the service we provide them,” said Mr. Friday. “It makes them happy to see the results.” 

“Junk King’s business has been growing rapidly, and there’s no better time for us to join their movement,” said Mrs. Bryant. “With the number of people and businesses in need of junk removal services continuing to increase, we’re ready to answer their calling and provide them with the best client service possible. It’s an exciting time and we’re confident this move will have a positive effect on the Chattanooga team and our community for years to come.” 

In addition to the company’s professionalism, eco-friendly recycling and award-winning customer service, businesses and residents alike choose Junk King because of the brand’s state-of-the-art technology systems that allow customers to schedule a pick-up in real time, said officials. With the online booking system all it takes is a few clicks and within minutes Junk King can be scheduled and the job can be completed. Junk King maintains the highest Net Promoter Score for any service business in North America.

“Considering Tiffany’s charismatic personality and outstanding work ethic, I have no doubt she will continue to strengthen Junk King Chattanooga’s reputation," said Michael Andreacchi, CEO and co-founder of Junk King Franchise Systems. "Plus, she has the passion and experience to expand the brand throughout the region. We are looking forward to having them join our franchise family and to helping them grow their business.” 

Unlike the majority of junk removal services, pricing for Junk King is based on the amount of junk removed. 

To support Junk King Chattanooga, Mrs. Bryant is working out of a large warehouse that facilitates managing and sorting materials. Sixty percent of the junk collected is recycled, rather than being dropped at landfills.

For more information about Junk King Chattanooga, please visit www.junk-king.com/locations/chattanooga/ or email Mrs. Bryant at Tiffany.Bryant@junk-king.com. 



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