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The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Location in Bluffton

The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Location in Bluffton

(BLUFFTON, S.C.) The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry held a ribbon cutting in front of the Bluffton Chamber of Commerce.

The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry, an environmentally friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal, will serve Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances.

“We opened Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire last October, but we quickly realized that the Hilton Head area had a huge demand for our services as well,” said Trevor Hess, owner and president of the local franchise. “We decided to open a new business to specifically serve this community.”

Junkluggers of the Lowcountry hauls away items people no longer want or need and strives to donate and recycle as much as possible with the goal of keeping items out of landfills. Customers receive a tax-deductible receipt for anything the company is able to donate on their customers’ behalf.

“Our mantra is donate first, recycle next and avoid landfills as much as possible,” Hess said. “Everything we put on the truck is sorted for donations, recycling and disposal with the landfill always being the last stop for any items removed.”

While keeping items out of the landfill is the company’s number one goal, Hess and his wife, Misty, are also focused on the impact the company can make in the local community.

“We partner with a lot of local charities that help a variety of causes,” Hess said. “From aiding those with special needs to helping formerly homeless veterans furnish their new apartments, we are extremely proud of the good we are able to do right in our own backyard.”

Junkluggers also plans to announce the opening of its Second Chance Store later this year.

This up-cycling retail facility will offer gently used furniture at deeply discounted prices as well as repaired items that otherwise would have been destined for the landfill. Proceeds will help benefit the Fisher House Foundation, which provides free housing for military and veterans’ families while their loved one is receiving treatment at military or VA medical centers.

For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Cuts Ribbon on Bluffton and Hilton Head location

Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Cuts Ribbon on Bluffton and Hilton Head location

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE LOWCOUNTRY
The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry and its sister company Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serve as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina and Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia. The company offers same-day and next-day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained and the company is insured with 100 percent property damage protection. The company is also committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and re-purposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade PR
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com 
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com

The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Announces Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Location in Bluffton

The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry Announces Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Location in Bluffton

(BLUFFTON, S.C.) The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry will hold a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, March 7, at 9:30 a.m. in front of the Bluffton Chamber of Commerce, 217 Goethe Road, Bluffton, S.C.

Light refreshments will be available.

The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry, an environmentally friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal, will serve Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances.

“We opened Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire last October, but we quickly realized that the Hilton Head area had a huge demand for our services as well,” said Trevor Hess, owner and president of the local franchise. “We decided to open a new business to specifically serve this community.”

Junkluggers of the Lowcountry hauls away items people no longer want or need and strives to donate and recycle as much as possible with the goal of keeping items out of landfills. Customers receive a tax-deductible receipt for anything the company is able to donate on their customers’ behalf.

“Our mantra is donate first, recycle next and avoid landfills as much as possible,” Hess said. “Everything we put on the truck is sorted for donations, recycling and disposal with the landfill always being the last stop for any items removed.”

While keeping items out of the landfill is the company’s number one goal, Hess and his wife, Misty, are also focused on the impact the company can make in the local community.

“We partner with a lot of local charities that help a variety of causes,” Hess said. “From aiding those with special needs to helping formerly homeless veterans furnish their new apartments, we are extremely proud of the good we are able to do right in our own backyard.”

Junkluggers also plans to announce the opening of its Second Chance Store later this year.

This up-cycling retail facility will offer gently used furniture at deeply discounted prices as well as repaired items that otherwise would have been destined for the landfill. Proceeds will help benefit the Fisher House Foundation, which provides free housing for military and veterans’ families while their loved one is receiving treatment at military or VA medical centers.

For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

 

 

 

Trevor Hess, Owner, Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire & Junkluggers of the Lowcountry

 

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE LOWCOUNTRY
The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry and its sister company Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serve as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina and Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia. The company offers same-day and next-day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained and the company is insured with 100 percent property damage protection. The company is also committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and re-purposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Lowcountry
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade PR
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com

Trevor Hess of Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire to Address the Leaders of More than 45 Savannah/Chatham Community-Based Organizations

Trevor Hess of Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire to Address the Leaders of More than 45 Savannah/Chatham Community-Based Organizations
A Caring Alternative to Traditional Junk Removal: How a Business Model Can Support a Nonprofit

(SAVANNAH, GA) Trevor Hess, who owns Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, will be the keynote speaker at the Working Families Network meeting Thursday, Feb. 1, in Savannah. Hess will discuss the benefits of developing a business model to support nonprofit organizations.

Trevor Hess Headshot

Trevor Hess

“Our goal is to donate first, recycle next and avoid landfills as much as possible,” Hess said. “We further believe we can help enhance lives in the community through donations.”

Hess and his wife recently opened Junkluggers, which he describes as Savannah’s eco-friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal, but already has established partnerships with several local causes and nonprofits, including Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter and Second Harvest food bank. Plus, the company is committed to presenting monthly donations to local charities.

“We are striving to make more people aware of the services we’re able to provide to nonprofits,” Hess said. “By partnering with Step Up Savannah and the Working Families Network, we now have the outlet to pair items that people don’t want with people who need them.”

Kate Blair, development and communications director for Step Up Savannah, said Hess reached out to her asking if she might know of a need for office furniture.

“I sent an email to 60 local social service agencies, and we were immediately able to match those goods with a need,” Blair said. “This meeting will provide an avenue for Trevor to talk to the leaders of nonprofits about the services Junkluggers can provide to those organizations. His altruism comes from a genuine place.”

Hess only asks that organizations receiving donated goods provide a donation receipt to the customer within 14 days. So far, he said, he has been able to match needs with donated items from books to furniture and baby clothes to business attire.

The Working Families Network is a program of Step Up Savannah and it too aims to support organizations that provide services to low-income individuals. The collaborative of more than 45 organizations meets on the first Thursday of every other month.

Funded by foundations and governmental partners, Step Up Savannah has worked collaboratively on improving the economic mobility of Chatham Country residents since it was founded in 2008. For more information, contact Step Up Savannah at 912-232-6747 or visit stepupsavannah.org.

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE COASTAL EMPIRE
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serves as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia, plus Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. The company offers same-day and next-day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained, and the company is insured with 100 percent property damage protection. The company is committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and repurposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade Public Relations®
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com 
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Supports Marine Toys for Tots in Holiday Events

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Supports Marine Toys for Tots in Holiday Events

Marine Toys for Tots Presented $1,500 and Help During their Holiday Toy Drives

(SAVANNAH, GA) Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire has selected Marine Toys for Tots as their charity partner for the month of December. Savannah’s eco-friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal will assist in the collection of more than 75 cubic yards of toys this holiday season.

To kickstart their partnership with Marine Toys for Tots, Junkluggers presented a $1,500 check to the organization on Friday, Nov. 24, at 11 a.m. during their Black Friday event at Toys-R-Us, located at 7400 Abercorn St in Savannah, Ga.

Marine Toys for Tots is collecting toys for children in need to brighten their Christmas season. This year, the organization will participate in approximately 45 events in which local citizens can drop off toys. The collected gifts will, in turn, be distributed through local non-profits, including the Salvation Army, United Way and a few churches.

During November and December, Hess and his wife, Misty, who is also his business partner, will be asking customers to participate by donating toys at the time of service. Junkluggers will also help move toys from two major events, one at Sun City in Bluffton and the other at Silver Moss in Hilton Head, to local holding stations.

“I’m a veteran, myself,” said Trevor Hess, owner and president of the local franchise of Junkluggers. “When looking for ways to give back locally, this just seemed like a perfect match because they really need our services and we are really passionate about the mission of Marine Toys for Tots.”

Hess previously served in the U.S. Navy and is currently continuing service as a member of the Navy Reserves.

Junkluggers hauls away items people no longer want or need and strives to donate and recycle as much as possible with the goal of keeping items out of landfills. The local franchise recently celebrated its grand opening and wants to start the business by giving back.

The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children. This year, Marine Toys for Tots will collect toys until Dec. 14.

“This takes a village to make this possible,” said Staff Sgt. Cody Reavis, Savannah Toys for Tots Foundation coordinator. “We need everyone’s support, and Junkluggers is providing us with a service that’s not easy. We encourage everyone who is able to come to one of our events and just give one gift to make a child’s Christmas happier.”

For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Supports Marine Toys for Tots

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Supports Marine Toys for Tots

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE COASTAL EMPIRE
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serves as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia, plus Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. The company offers same day and next day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained and the company is insured with 100% property damage protection. The company is also committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and repurposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit http://www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade PR
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Announces Holiday Food Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank

Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire Announces Holiday Food Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank

(SAVANNAH, GA) The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, Savannah’s eco-friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal, is holding a food drive to benefit America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia food bank.

“We chose this as The Junkluggers’ first official charity event because we are drawn to the synergy between organizations with the same purpose – helping those in the community,” said Trevor Hess, owner and president of the local franchise. “Our family has participated with and volunteers for Second Harvest, and it’s a charity we believe in and want to support.”

During November, Hess and his wife, Misty, who is also his business partner, will be asking customers to participate by donating non-perishable foods at the time of service. They hope to raise $2,400 and collect 15,000 food items.

The Junkluggers will then deliver the donations to the Second Harvest food bank on Friday, Dec. 8. The warehouse and distribution center serves more than 300 non-profit and faith-based agencies throughout 21 counties in Coastal Georgia.

“The food bank distributes more than 12 million pounds of food throughout Coastal Georgia to help relieve hunger each year,” Hess said. “Not only does this help families in need, but it also rescues truckloads of food that retail businesses might otherwise discard into the waste stream.”

It is estimated that food procured by Second Harvest represents a savings of greater than $19 million dollars in food costs for its partner agencies, which allows them to provide other services to those in need.

“Our mission is similarly aligned to the food bank’s in that we believe in donating first, recycling next and avoiding landfills as much as possible,” Hess said. “As an eco-friendly, caring alternative to traditional junk removal, our goal is to protect the community we live in by sorting everything we put on the truck for donations, recycling and disposal, with the landfill always being the last stop for any items removed.”

Junkluggers is committed to presenting monthly donations to local charities and is developing partnerships with several local causes and non-profits. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE COASTAL EMPIRE
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serves as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia, plus Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. The company offers same day and next day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained, and the company is insured with 100 percent property damage protection. The company is committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and repurposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade Public Relations®
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com 
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com

Environmentally Friendly Junk Removal Service, Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, Opens for Business

Environmentally Friendly Junk Removal Service, Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, Opens for Business

Firm to Serve Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Ga., and Jasper and Beaufort counties in S.C.

(SAVANNAH, GA) The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire announces the environmentally friendly and caring alternative to traditional junk removal has officially opened to serve Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Ga., and Jasper and Beaufort counties in S.C. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances.

The company hauls away items people no longer want or need and strives to donate and recycle as much as possible with the goal of keeping items out of landfills. Junkluggers is also a caring alternative to traditional junk removal by enhancing lives through donations and returns a tax-deductible receipt for anything that they are able to donate on their customer’s behalf.

“We donate first, recycle next and avoid landfills as much as possible,” said Trevor Hess, owner and president of the local franchise. “We are very proud of our eco-friendly mission to protect the community we live in through donations and recycling by sorting everything we put on the truck for donations, recycling, and disposal, with the landfill always being the last stop for any items removed.”

While keeping items out of the landfill is the company’s number one goal, Hess and his wife, Misty, who is also his business partner, are also focused on the impact the company can make in the local community.

“We partner with a wide variety of local charities that help a myriad of causes,” Hess explained. “From assisting those with special needs to protecting the local pet population, to helping formerly homeless veterans furnish their new apartments, we are extremely proud of the good we are able to do right in our own backyard.”

Junkluggers is committed to presenting a donation each month to a local charity. During October, the company has pledged support for Savannah’s Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Event, Savannah Bicycle Campaign’s Midnight Garden Ride and the Savannah Jaycees’ 75th Diamond Anniversary Gala. In November, Junkluggers will be assisting Benedictine Military School with its annual holiday food collection campaign. They are also developing partnerships with other local causes and charities.

Junkluggers also plans to announce the opening of its Second Chance Store early next year. This up-cycling retail facility will offer gently used furniture to the public at deeply discounted prices, as well as repaired items that otherwise would have been destined for the landfill. Proceeds will help benefit the Fisher House Foundation, which provides free housing for military and veterans’ families while their loved one is receiving treatment at military or VA medical centers.

For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

MORE ABOUT THE JUNKLUGGERS OF THE COASTAL EMPIRE
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire, owned by Trevor and Misty Hess, serves as an environmentally friendly junk removal company for Chatham, Effingham, Bryan and Liberty counties in coastal Georgia, plus Jasper and Beaufort counties in South Carolina. The company offers same day and next day appointments. Specializing in both residential and commercial clean-outs, Junkluggers accepts everything from furniture to construction debris, including office equipment, heavy machinery and appliances. All luggers are background-checked and professionally trained and the company is insured with 100% property damage protection. The company is also committed to partnering with local charities in service to the community as well as providing public education on issues such as recycling, donating and repurposing. For more information, please call 912-712-0227 or visit www.junkluggers.com.

CONTACT
Trevor Hess
The Junkluggers of the Coastal Empire
912-712-0227
www.junkluggers.com
trevor.hess@junkluggers.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Cynthia Wright
Carriage Trade PR
Cecilia Russo Marketing
912-856-9075
www.carriagetradepr.com
cynthia.wright@carriagetradepr.com