Marine Corps vet opens business in Fairfield to help employ other vets

A Marine Corps veteran and business owner who opened his first Connecticut location says his goal is to support others like him.

News 12 Staff

Nov 9, 2021, 3:58 AM

Updated 927 days ago

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A Marine Corps veteran and business owner who opened his first Connecticut location says his goal is to support others like him.
Sean-Michael Green opened JDog Junk Removal and Hauling location in Fairfield four months ago.
Aside from serving the community, Green says JDog has a specific business model.
“Everybody has their own causes. Because I'm a veteran, veterans are my cause, so I definitely want to help as much as possible,” he says. “We hire only veterans and their family members, if you have a family member who has served in the military, you qualify for employment with us."
By only employing those with military ties, Green says the business integrates a mission that aligns with the military.
“They work with respect, integrity and trust, that's built into the military, but we bring that to our work here,” he says.
Not only does JDog employ vets, the company also donates some of the items it receives to veterans who need them.


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