SOURCE: Majic Wheels Corp
FORT MYERS, FL--(Marketwire - Oct 18, 2012) - Majic Wheels Corp (OTCQB: MJWL), a Delaware corporation which operates a business line of roll off dumpster rentals, site work services, construction and foreclosure cleanup, junk removal and moving services, announced today completion of a 10 acre site clearing residential project that includes pond digging, storm water management and land clearing in North Fort Myers, Florida for Devin Homes by MW Dumpster Services, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of MJWL.
"We are pleased to complete this large residential project for Devin Homes, site work projects like this one are the corner stone to continuing our path to be a complete solution company for developers," stated Denise Houghtaling, CEO of the MJWL.
About Majic Wheels Corp
Majic Wheels Corp a Delaware corporation located in Ft. Myers, Florida, is a rapidly growing company that intends to continue its growth and expansion in major US markets. The Company plans leveraging its operating division and management team to expand into additional major market sectors. The company operates the Southwest Florida Franchise of College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving. The company's waste management and site work division provides services that include roll off dumpster rentals, site work services, construction and foreclosure cleanup and junk removal services.
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