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Former Miami Football Standout Opens College HUNKS Hauling Junk and Moving in Miami

 

Ahmmon Richards Partners with Father and Co-Founders to Break Ground in New Territory

An award-winning franchise and industry leader in the junk removal and moving sectors, recently announced the expansion of the brand’s Florida footprint with the addition of their newest franchise location in Miami. The expansion officially positions the ‘Sunshine State’ as the most active territory in the country for the College HUNKS team.

 

 

The new location is owned by the father-and-son duo of Ahmmon Richards, a former University of Miami football standout and his father, Mark Richards. Together, they will be responsible for the operations of this newest addition to the franchise – College HUNKS 305 – where their primary goal will be to build the business into a multi-million dollar enterprise capable of supporting continued growth for both themselves and the people of Miami.

 

After an incredibly successful high school football career, Ahmmon had committed to play for the University of Miami in 2016. His collegiate experience was then cut short during the 2018 football season after he suffered a career-ending neck injury. A text from Murphy three years later on the opportunities that existed with the College HUNKS brand piqued his interest in the business and propelled both he and his father to become business owners of their own.

 

“This industry reminds me a lot of being in a football atmosphere, and the core values of the company reason resonated with me,” said Ahmmon. “It was really a no-brainer at that point. I get to run a business with my dad and start a new chapter of my life in the city I love.”

 

For more information, please visit collegehunkshaulingjunk.com.