March is all about Women’s History Month, and at Junk King we consider our female franchisees the Queens of the kingdom. Junk removal is commonly considered a male-dominated industry, but our Junk Queens operate some of our most successful franchise locations. With high-performing sales, strong operations and heavy community involvement, our Junk Queens know what it means to own a profitable franchise.
What’s it like to franchise with Junk King? Every member of our team is valued. At Junk King, we offer support to franchisees to lead to success. The junk removal, hauling and recycling industry is always evolving, and we are there to provide guidance along the way through our national call center to set up jobs and our operational support to get it done. Our eco-friendly values and high-quality customer service are at the core of what we do, and we are always looking for like-minded individuals to join our franchise family.
Are you a woman considering entrepreneurship through franchising? Our Junk Queens may have some of the answers you’ve been searching for.
Marnie Prince, Owner of Junk King Tucson – Networks of Support
“I was looking for the right market to enter into with a franchise system that supports my goals and believe in what I want to achieve—and Junk King was the perfect fit. My advice to women interested in franchising is: Do it! Don’t be afraid to venture into franchising. One of the great things about franchising, regardless if you’re a man or a woman, is there is an amazing network of people to give support and answer your questions.”
Peggy Lymath, Owner of Junk King Gold Country – Customer Service
“You would think because it’s junk hauling and it can get a little dirty that it would be a man’s job, but it’s really not. Junk removal is more about customer service, which a lot of women are great at, so it works and we can put a different spin on the junk removal approach. Whether we have a man or woman driver on the job, we know we’ve got it covered. It is a great feeling to be able to walk away with a lot of happy customers.”
Melissa Michel, Owner of Junk King Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale – Take a Leap of Faith
“The junk removal industry is commonly thought to be a male-dominated industry, but I am a woman and I work hard every day and do the job just like any man would. As a business owner, I look to recruit anyone who is qualified, including women. I’ve found that women are able to create a great connection with our customers, and they really appreciate having a woman come out to the job and get it done. I would tell other women to take get out there and learn more about franchising and to take a leap of faith. It’s been such a great experience to be a woman business owner in franchising, and it has also been so rewarding.”
If you’re a woman who is ready to take the leap of faith and pursue franchising, look no further. Learn more aboutbecoming a Junk King franchisee.