Local Franchise Owner Helps With Storm Cleanup in Charleston SC
The rain may have finally stopped, but Charleston SC is nowhere near back to normal. With rivers still overflowing, dams breaking, and billions of dollars in damage, Charleston is in a state of emergency. Over 400,000 residents are currently under a boil water advisory, and over 11 dams have failed to destroy families homes and belongings. The storm cleanup is underway, however, andlocal College Hunks Hauling Junk Franchise owner Bradley Simmons is lending a hand cleaning up the flood damage. Simmons has offered up his team and trucks to help people in the community start putting their lives back together.
“We have contacted the local government and told them about the services we offer. Today we are putting up signs around town that offer money off jobs everywhere. We’ve been trying to get out there and help in any way that we can. We already have a few people this week that we are helping downtown to get rid of their junk that has been trashed by the storm,” said Simmons.
Nothing can take away from the devastation caused by the horrific flooding, but Bradley Simmons is doing everything he can to help the people in need. We would like to say thank you to Bradley, and all of the staff at the Charleston, SC Franchise for all of the hard work and generosity they have shown in this tough time.