“More Than a Junk Truck” explains junk removal start-up to kids.
Fort Mill, SC— July 8, 2021 — Continuing its mission of being responsible community members, Fort Mill-based junk removal start-up Trash & Stash has published a free, downloadable coloring book aimed at teaching children the value of hard work, caring, being helpful, resourceful and environmentally-aware.
“More Than a Junk Truck,” by Trash & Stash owner Cameron Ungar with illustrations by @jendigiart (Fiverr), is available for download here. Crayons and/or colored pencils not included.
The story of “More Than a Junk Truck” is told through the eyes of Trash & Stash’s work van Amelia.
“I’m really good at helping people. That makes me feel good,” says Amelia in the coloring book. “I wasn’t always a junk truck & I don’t always carry junk. I’m helpful. I’m a hard worker. I’m caring & resourceful. I can do so many things because I’m me.”
The book also stars Stashy, the overall-wearing mustachioed racoon featured in the company’s logo and branding.
Along the way, Amelia and Stashy demonstrate what Trash & Stash does to declutter peoples’ lives while also recycling items it hauls away. “I just thought this would be a fun and different way to explain our services in the simplest way possible,” said Ungar, who has 3 children ages 12, 8 and 5.
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With a strategically defined hyper-local target area in Charlotte, N.C.’s southwestern suburbs, Trash & Stash serves the South Carolina communities of Indian Land, Fort Mill, Lancaster and Rock Hill as well as North Carolina’s Waxhaw and Ballantyne. With the goal of helping customers simplify and declutter their lives, Trash & Stash offers full-service junk removal, help with moving and/or delivering bulk items, and micro-storage. Trash & Stash is the environmentally responsible junk removal choice: Every effort is made to repurpose the junk the crew removes and divert it from landfills. For more information, call (855) 52-TRASH, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.trashandstash.com. Follow Trash & Stash on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and tumblr.