Bellhops grows in Jacksonville. Company plans to hire 100 students

JACKSONVILLE — A Tennessee tech company is looking to take advantage of Jacksonville’s hot weather and multitude of college campuses, by hiring 100 students for its moving app, Jacksonville Business Journal reported.

PHOTO: (L-R) Bellhop co-founders Stephen Vlahos and Cameron Doody. Photo provided.

Bellhops has been operating in Jacksonville since 2014, has been growing its Northeast Florida presence. The company, which calls itself an “Uber for moving” allows customers to hire student movers for a few hours to help move into a new home.

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Of the 90 cities Bellhops operates in, Jacksonville is its 25th busiest market, said David Martin, director of communications for the company. It’s why the company is growing.

With 60 students actively claiming jobs in the area now, the company is looking to more than double its presence in the area, he said.

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Source: Jacksonville Business Journal

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