Junk King Worcester participates in Adopt-A-Senior project

WESTBOROUGH – In recognition of Westborough high school graduates, Junk King Worcester participated in the Westborough Public Library’s Adopt-A-Senior project.

Tom Indge, local owner of Junk King Worcester, “adopted” 20 seniors who graduated last year.

To celebrate the graduates, Junk King Worcester donated 20 backpacks of Junk King Swag items such as mugs, water bottles, t-shirts and more.  In addition, each backpack contained candy, gift cards for other local businesses, and vouchers for garbage disposal services.

“As soon as I found out about the Adopt-A-Senior initiative, I knew I had to get involved,” said Indge. “Giveback has always been an integral part of our business, and being able to support Westborough high school graduates after their unusual school year was particularly important. As a native of Westborough, it will always be important to me to support our school system. I wish all graduates all the best in their future tasks! ”

To celebrate the graduates, Junk King Worcester donated 20 backpacks of Junk King Swag items such as mugs, water bottles, t-shirts and more. In addition, each backpack contained candy, gift cards for other local businesses, and coupons for garbage disposal services.

Unlike most junk removal services, Junk King pricing is based on the amount of junk email removed. The brand’s trucks are 20% larger than the industry average, which means there isn’t a task they can’t do. More than 60% of the garbage collected is recycled and not disposed of in landfills.

For information on Junk King, visit http://junk-king.com or email Tom Indge at [email protected]

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