Buzz: News and Press Coverage of 123Junk

The Washington Post

123Junk was highlighted in an article by the Washington Post entitled "Garage Makeover."

Mary Elkind's garage had become a sorry space crammed with things she wanted to forget. She knew she needed to get rid of a lot of that stuff. So, she turned to Pierrette Ashcroft, a professional organizer and productivity coach to help her let go of things she would never use again and create a system for storing what was left.

After creating piles of trash, donation items, and other piles, it was time to call 123Junk to deliver the donation items to Chantilly Habitat ReStore and take the other items to the Fairfax County Transfer Station.

The Examiner

CEOs Under 25 is an occasional, ongoing series about inspirational young executives and how they quickly worked their way to the top.

Herndon Connection

Entrepreneur strives to meet a need of area’s underprivileged families.

When Collin Wheeler, 24, tells his friends he is the president of his own company, a regular response he receives is, "You have a college degree, why are you dealing with junk?" Wheeler started his own business, 123Junk, in January of this year and business has been growing ever since.