USA’s Only Junk Removal App Stampedes toward Faster Growth!

May 20, 2016 3:03 pm Published by

Keeping up with the growth of companies like, Laser Spine Institute, Colliers International Real Estate, & Little Greek Restaurants, is no easy task. But now Tampa, FL based, Accelerated Waste Solutions, home of the USA’s 1st & Only Junk Removal App, JUNK SHOT!, has been recognized as one of University of South Florida’s 56 Fastest Growing Alumni-Led Companies. Themed after the 1956 founding of the University of South Florida. In a gracious award ceremony on April 29th, 2016 at the USF Marshall Center, 56 USF Bull-led companies were ranked and awarded as the 2016 USF Fast 56. AWS Ranked in the Top 25 of the 56 companies. (See the Top 25 Companies | See All 56 Companies)

2016 USF Alumni's 56 Fastest Growing Company Awards

JUNK SHOT! App Co-Founders, Fred Tomlin and Sherrod Hunter along side USF President, Dr. Judy Genshaft.

USF Alumni and Co-Founder of AWS/JUNK SHOT App, Fred Tomlin was the company’s award recipient. Fred, a 2004 USF graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Advertising & Marketing, is the AWS Director of Business Development. “We’re excited about this phase of growth for the company”. “And enjoying the focus that comes with building an A-Class Team to better serve our clients”. “We take profitability serious, and to be recognized for growing profits 3 years in a row, is a great pat on the back for our Team”, says Fred Tomlin.

Founded in 2010, Accelerated Waste Solutions is a Tech-Waste Firm, pioneering the USA’s 1st and Only, patent-pending Junk Removal App, “JUNK SHOT!”. This proprietary app allows smartphone users to capture and send photos/video of their unwanted junk/trash for a Fast, Free Quote & Pickup Time. AWS is also a national leader in 5-Night-A-Week, Apartment Doorstep Trash & Recycling Collection, developing innovative technologies like, “DOORSTEP DETAILS” Trash Collection Reporting systems. AWS/JUNK SHOT operates services reliably in 11 States for over 10,000 Residents every single day!

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