Orlando, Fla. (Jan. 5, 2013) - BungoBox has awarded a new franchise to service the Manhattan area, bringing the total number of BungoBox franchises in Canada and the U.S. to 21.
Founded in May 2009, BungoBox rents reusable, interlocking plastic moving containers to save consumers time and money over traditional moving methods. The edgy and innovative company, with a slogan of “We Make Moving Less Sucky,” takes the hassle out of rounding up moving materials by delivering its stackable moving boxes to a customers’ doorstep. (A large box of about 2.5 cubic feet rents for $1.75 a week.) Once they’ve been unpacked, BungoBox picks them up at the new residence.
The new franchise was awarded to Jason Nadolny and Amador Rivera, both New Jersey residents who have been friends for 25 years. Rivera has 22 years of experience in the moving business. Nadolny previously worked as a teacher and mentor for the New Jersey Youth Corps. After earning his master’s in finance, he now holds a management position at Mid-Atlantic Securities.
The franchise will be located in Freehold, New Jersey, and will service New York City, which includes about 1.6 million people.
“We believe that saving consumers time and money as well as being eco-friendly is a win-win-win,” says Nadolny. “We are convinced that our work ethic and experience with the moving industry combined with corporate support will make BungoBox the premier name in the moving box business.”
BungoBox is an innovative company that is transforming the traditional moving process. Committed to helping consumers save time and money with an eco-friendly alternative to cardboard boxes, BungoBox has 21 locations (20 franchise locations and one corporate location). For more information, visit www.bungobox.com.
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