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Junk-hauling firm plans move into franchising
Junk-hauling firm plans move into franchising

One nice thing about the junk-hauling business: You don't have to spend much furnishing the office. Ryan Sentz and Tim Prestianni, partners in a three-year-old company called BumbleJunk, are in for about a half-million dollars, but very little of that investment went into the accoutrements of their chilly headquarters in an industrial park near Dundalk. They bought two desks, but everything else they picked up on jobs: another desk, portable space heater, black office swivel chairs, shelves, whiteboards and framed pictures, including one of those old "Poverty Sucks" posters featuring disco owner Michael O'Harro in British country gentleman's garb posing with a...