New Television Show Profiles Blue Collar Millionaires

A new television show entitled Blue Collar Millionaires has hit the airwaves. It profiles "rags to riches" type small businesses, one of which is a junk hauling company.
By: Cassandra Black, Foreclosure Cleanup, LLC
 
ATLANTA - July 30, 2015 - PRLog -- A new television show entitled Blue Collar Millionaires has hit the airwaves. It profiles "rags to riches" type, grassroots entrepreneurs.

The business owners spotlighted in the new TV show have all experienced amazing success with their companies -- most of which provide less than glamorous business services.

Blue Collar Millionaires, which premiered July 15, 2015, on CNBC, reveals how micro companies, many with limited start-up capital, have created multi-million dollar empires out of modest beginnings.

College Hunks Hauling Junk

One such company featured in the initial episode is College Hunks Hauling Junk. This business was started by two guys with a big idea and a rumpled cargo van. College friends, Omar Soliman and Nick Friedman grew a tiny operation that started out hauling junk into a mega enterprise that's now a $25 Million Dollar enterprise, and growing!

College Hunks Hauling Junk, based in Tampa, Florida, currently has over 50 franchise operations in various cities across the United States.

Blue Collar Millionaires Video about Junk Haulers

Watch the CNBC Video: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000395533

Other stories on the new show feature a now “$20 million dollar concrete pourer" who graduated from sleeping in a shack, to sleeping in a mansion; a trash company dubbed a "30 million trash empire"; a successful pest control service; a worm business; and several other blue collar businesses.

Find other related videos about small businesses slated to air on the show on CNBC.

Small Business versus Grassroots Business

The Small Business Administration (the "SBA") describes the term "small business" with phrases like "500 employees" and "$7.5 million in average annual receipts”  However, in the eyes of many, terms like this do NOT describe a small business in the traditional sense, which makes the profile of the entrepreneurs on the new show  both refreshing and inspiring.

Blue Collar Millionaires is a reminder that ‘the little guy’ can make it; the average worker can build wealth, with hard work, a vision, and not necessarily a ton of money. It’s a reminder of the American dream.

The production also sheds light on the fact that small business start-ups that include service work, like junk hauling, foreclosure cleaning, trash out businesses (http://www.e-junkie.com/stonecottagebooks), lawn maintenance services, and the like, can lead to exponential earnings and success for grassroots entrepreneurs who don’t mind sweat equity and getting their hands dirty.

For more information on Blue Collar Millionaires and the shows lineup, see CNBC.

How to Start a Small Business

To find a wealth of information about starting a small business, see the Small Business Administration online.

How to Start a Foreclosure Cleanup Business

For more information about starting a junk hauling, trashout, and foreclosure cleaning business (also known as "property preservation" business), see the "Foreclosure-Cleanup-Blog" online.

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