“It’s never been about money for us. We show up every day ready to work and help as many people as we can-our strong revenue and profit growth is just a side effect of our beliefs. Being on time and in uniform AND in a clean truck matters to us.” Carter said. “We don’t get paid to donate our time or our trucks. We don’t get paid to separate and donate the items we do at “The Haul of Justice”, but we do it because of our beliefs.”
Steve Sobel has been helping organize marketing efforts and charitable contributions at “The Haul of Justice”. “In the past month we’ve donated refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, furniture and even red building bricks” Sobel said with a boyish grin. “It puts a smile on my face every time someone meets us and picks up something that-if anyone else hauled out the debris-would have ended up at the landfill".
Sobel and Carter are incredibly modest individuals. In one day Carter completed the largest job of the entire year with fellow haul out hero Tony Barnes. A haul out of several truck loads of debris left over from a large public event just outside of Pittsburgh. Sobel is credited for doubling a key metric within the company that according to Chris Juran played a big part in the huge revenue increase.
The entire team is laser focused on accomplishing the companies goals. It's hard to believe that this group just 90 days ago had no office, one operational truck and a shoe string budget to barely survive the worst winter in years. Today 6 Haul Out trucks work every day and a team of heroes shows up at "The Haul of Justice" to help the growing company. In the blink of an eye-nothing changed and yet everything had changed.
“It’s as though every experience, every hardship ... every flat tire, every hiccup in the road has been a straight line towards this victory. I believe in this team.” said Chris Juran, “I love working here. I love the people on this team. That's why we've been able to overcome so much hardship. I'd do anything for the men and women of this company.”
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