Omar Soliman

Omar Soliman

About Omar Soliman

Omar Soliman, a business management major, attended the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL. His senior year, Omar enrolled in the school's entrepreneurship class, and submitted his business plan for College Hunks Hauling Junk to the Leigh Rothschild Entrepreneurship Competition. Omar won first place and $10,000 in the competition for his business concept, which included junk removal, helping to relocate college students, and an online junk exchange.

Soliman's creative mind comes naturally. Since the sixth grade he has helped his mother market her furniture store in downtown Washington, DC. He has also helped his father, who recently retired from 30+ years of government service, with a number of profitable investment decisions.

Upon graduating from the University of Miami, Soliman secured a job at the Advisory Board Company(NYSE: ABCO). As a Marketing Associate at ABC, Omar learned how to interact with his clients and educate them about the company's products. The daily grind of a 9-5, however, did not suit Omar's entrepreneurial spirit. Therefore, Omar linked up with former high school classmate Nick Friedman to form COLLEGE HUNKS HAULING JUNK®.

Work History

Work History

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

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.

Education

Education

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