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Junk removal company expands into south-central Pa.

PennLive.com logo PennLive.com 6/24/2022 Daniel Urie, pennlive.com

A company that provides moving and junk removal services, as well as donation pickups and general labor assistance has opened an office in Cumberland County.

Curt Wickard and Keirsten Kassel opened Carlisle College H.U.N.K.S. Hauling Junk and Moving on June 8 at 28 Main St. in Silver Spring Township. H.U.N.K.S. stands for honest, uniformed, nice, knowledgeable, service.

The office is about 25 minutes from Harrisburg and the company’s service area includes Carlisle, Camp Hill, Harrisburg, Hummelstown, Mechanicsburg, Middletown, New Cumberland, and the surrounding communities.

Previously, Curt Wickard was a commodity manager at Letterkenny Army Depot. Keirsten Kassel was an optician at Hartzell Eye Specialists.

“We want to own a business with a strong mission to help others, while providing much-needed services in our area,” Keirsten Kassel, co-owner of the Silver Spring Township-based franchise, said in a news release.

This is the sixth location in the state for the company. College H.U.N.K.S. Hauling Junk & Moving was originally founded by two college buddies and has more than 170 franchises in the United States as well as Canada.

Information: www.collegehunkshaulingjunk.com/Carlisle, 717-670-6315.

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