Nick Friedman

Nick Friedman

About Nick Friedman

Nick Friedman received his Bachelors Degree in economics from Pomona College in California. Nick competed four years on the Men's Varsity Basketball Team at Pomona, which was also ranked among the top 5 liberal arts colleges in the nation by US News and World Reports. Nick won the Pomona College Coach's Award, was named to the NABC Academic Honor Roll, and was designated a Pomona College Scholar. He brings his leadership skills and competitive drive to the company, along with his work experience as an economic research analyst with Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.(NYSE:MMC).

Nick learned how to run a business from his father who runs a private practice in Washington, DC, and from his grandfather who owned a retail store in Mobile, AL.

Nick is fluent in Spanish and spent a college semester studying economics in Madrid, Spain. Nick's previous work experience includes summer internships with Smith Barney and the International Monetary Fund, as well as coaching basketball at summer camps. He continues to be active in the community, volunteering his time as a basketball coach and mentor to local students.

Work History

Work History

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College Hunks Hauling Junk

Originally founded by a group of college buddies to earn extra money for summer vacation,College Hunks Hauling Junk®has evolved into a multi-truck, year-round junk-removal service. We help you FINALLY get rid of those unwanted items by providing friendly and clean-cut collegiate teams to remove junk quickly from anywhere within your commercial or residential property. We proudly donate a portion of revenue from each job to local college scholarship programs. Click the subtabs above to learn more about our rapidly growing company.

College Hunks Hauling Junk® helps you FINALLY get rid of those unwanted items by providing friendly and collegiate teams to remove junk quickly from anywhere within your commercial or residential property. We proudly donate a portion of revenues from each job to local college scholarship programs.

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