Got Junk is timely... they call when they say they do. The guys that come and load up the truck are great! They communicate and are just so nice.
The 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Worcester franchise is here to help you remove all your unwanted junk. We’ve got our junk trucks hauling all over Worcester, Auburn, Berlin, Bolton, Clinton and more.
Call it junk, trash, or unwanted items—whatever you call it, if you don’t need it our experts at 1-800-GOT-JUNK? can take it. We take anything from old furniture, tired appliances, garden waste, construction debris to your unwanted televisions and computers (e-waste). Just point to what you want removed and leave the rest up to us!
We’ll do all of the loading, sorting, disposal and clean-up. Giving back to our local communities is a priority for our junk removal franchise, so every day we are recycling, salvaging and donating as much as we possibly can. If you need help regaining your space give us a call today! Watch what we do.
Hi, my name is Judy Briggs and I own the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Boston West franchise servicing the Worcester and Boston areas. Being a consumer and homeowner, I understood the difficulties in getting rid of large bulky items and I realized just how amazing the opportunity to own a 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise was going to be. I started my Worcester junk removal franchise in July of 2003 and loved the business so much I decided to expand by purchasing my second 1-800-GOT-JUNK? franchise, Boston West, which opened in March of 2006.
Now with two junk hauling franchises, eight 1-800-GOT-JUNK? trucks and 22 junk removal experts, we service communities such as Auburn, Winchendon, Worcester, Lancaster, Sterling, Leominster, Fitchburg, Gardner, Boylston, Marlborough, Westborough, Southborough, Northborough, Ashland, Hopkinton, Natick, Framingham, Dover, Westwood, Norwood, Needham, Dedham, Wellesley, Wayland, Weston, Sudbury, Milton, West Roxbury, Hyde Park, Dorchester, and Newton.
Prior to joining the 1-800-GOT-JUNK? team I worked in the healthcare field for over 20 years, working for two of the major insurance carriers in the area. Although corporate America was exciting, it’s not as exciting as the day-to-day operations of 1-800-GOT-JUNK?. Where else could you go to work wearing a blue wig and be recognized as the ‘junk lady’? This has become a term of endearment over the years since traditionally the waste industry is a male dominated industry Over the last few years we have been fortunate to partner with a certified recycling facility that recycles up to 90% of the items we remove from our customer’s homes and businesses. In addition to our recycling efforts, we are very proud to work with such charities as Cradles to Crayons, Planet Aid, and the Salvation Army to provide donations of clothing, toys, books, and furniture. Other charities that we are proud to be actively involved with are: The Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center, United Way, Genesis Fund, Babies Breathe, RRUFF (Rescued Rottweilers United with Family and Friends), Worcester County Food Pantry, and Boxes For The Troops.
In addition to great charities, I’m also affiliated with such groups as Community Associations Institute (CAI), Business Networking International (BNI), New England Women Business Owners, the Chamber of Commerce in both Worcester and Framingham, Senior Services Network, Builders Association of Central Massachusetts, Massrecycle and Entrepreneurs Organization (EO)– Boston. In the last year I have joined the Board of Directors for both Massrecycle and Entrepreneurs Organization.
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Also, check out Judy's story on page 306 in the book "21 Questions for 21 Millionaires".
Who said there wasn't a business in Junk?! - article
Franchise Partner Judy Briggs unveils how she took her 1-800-GOT-JUNK? francise from nothing to over a million in sales! - article
Marathon Monday April 21, 2008 - Truck Team Members cheer on Franchise Partner Judy Briggs, who was running the marathon for The Respite Center. Judy raised just over $4000 for The Respite Center.
Truck Team Member Shane Murphy rearranges some toys on the truck to so he can fit more donations. On June 14, 2008, we delivered two full truckloads of toys, clothing and books to Cradles to Crayons that were donated by the community. This is our third time participating in this amazing event.