Junk has met its king
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By Alex Pulliam - Advisor with the Land & Industrial team at NAI Maestas & Ward
November 3, 2020
Junk King, a new-to-market junk hauling service, will be moving in to a 2,500 SF office/warehouse at 6101 Signal NE, Albuquerque with plans to launch their operations mid-November.
Junk King is an eco-friendly junk removal service helping both residencies & businesses get rid of items that they no longer need. They aim to save clients time and money by providing comprehensive quotes and a friendly staff that can remove junk with ease. Of the items collected, 60% of will be recycled or repurposed by donation to local non-profits. The addition of Junk King will have a positive impact on our community with the immediate creation of 4 jobs and the addition of a national franchise to New Mexico.
The business is owned by local entrepreneur, Chris Young, who decided that opening this business during the pandemic was the right thing to do. “Junk removal is a necessary service, and with Junk King, Albuquerque now has a convenient, full-service option that also benefits the community. Junk King works with local charities to help others by repurposing much of what we pick up, reducing what ends up in the landfill.”
Junk King is the #1 rated junk removal company in North America with over 100 locations across the United States & Canada, all of which are locally owned. For more on Junk King, here's a video.
Representing the tenant were NAI Maestas & Ward brokers Riley McKee and Alex Pulliam, who worked with the listing agent, Todd Strickland also of NAI Maestas & Ward.