SAN DIEGO, CA, March 07, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving®, an award-winning company and industry leader in stress-free solutions for moving and junk-hauling needs, is expanding in Southern California with its newest location in North San Diego, CA. The latest College HUNKS celebrated its grand opening on March 3 and now provides the greater North San Diego area with the company’s signature fast, friendly, and professional moving and junk hauling services.

Franchise owner John Allen will lead the North San Diego College HUNKS team in serving the city’s neighboring areas with helpful, high-quality moving and junk removal solutions. Prior to joining College HUNKS, Allen spent 20 years in residential mortgage banking and finance, where he worked for some of the largest financial institutions in the U.S.

“I wanted to challenge myself to create a successful business, focus on giving back to the community by building leaders, and foster a better future for my family. Owning my own business gives me the opportunity for complete operational oversight, which is a level of control that is hard to achieve when working for someone else,” said John Allen, Owner of the North San Diego College HUNKS. “The discovery process with the College HUNKS franchise reaffirmed our decision, their core values are laser-focused on helping owners make a positive impact on the local community. College HUNKS have thought of everything a new entrepreneur needs to scale their business sustainably.”

College HUNKS serves customers throughout North America by offering fast, flexible and dependable moving and junk removal services, as well as donation pickups and general labor assistance. The North San Diego College HUNKS is located at 7960 Silverton Ave, Suite 128, San Diego, CA 92126, and offers their best-in-class services to Clairemont, La Jolla, Mira Mesa, Pacific Beach, and the surrounding areas.

“We are excited to continue our growth momentum across the country and especially in San Diego County, where we have welcomed other new locations in the past year. Our teams have demonstrated their commitment to the market with their various community initiatives, including their recent sponsorship of the entire San Diego State football team,” said Nick Friedman, Co-Founder and Visionary of College HUNKS. “John joins a strong network of like-minded individuals who provide excellent service to each client in a fun, enthusiastic team environment. It’s thanks to our franchise partners that we are able to bring our quality brand to more communities and support individuals and businesses with their moving and hauling needs.”

College HUNKS is also a purpose-driven company that is dedicated to being a part of the community. The North San Diego location plans to support the key causes of College HUNKS and other localized charitable organizations.

For more information about the North San Diego College HUNKS, visit or call 858-251-9111.

About College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving

College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving® was originally founded by two college buddies with a beat-up cargo van and now has more than 160 franchises providing full-service tech-enabled residential and commercial moving, junk removal, donation pickups, and labor services in the United States as well as Canada. H.U.N.K.S., which stands for Honest, Uniformed, Nice, Knowledgeable, Service, is a socially conscious, values-based organization and has a national partnership with U.S. Hunger, which strives to end childhood hunger. The company strives to become recognized as an iconic brand, renowned for its world-class company culture and service, while also providing a viable employment and franchise opportunity to pursue personal and professional fulfillment.

In January 2022, College HUNKS was featured in the Season 11 premiere of the CBS series UNDERCOVER BOSS. Co-founders Nick Friedman and Omar Soliman both went undercover to examine their company’s operations, and this marked the first time that two bosses were featured in one show.

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