Every Day I’m Hustlin’
Wildy Way Services
Published: November 7, 2012
To underscore the family nature of Wildy Way Services, James Wildy (left) brings his brother, Justin, and his sister Tiara to the Woodlawn Library for an interview. “It’s an equal-share business,” James, who is 25 years old, says of the year-old venture: “Sisters, brother, mother.”
Hauling stuff came naturally as extended family members moved from house to house. “If grandma or mother needs something moved, call the boys,” Tiara says.
The crew did four tree jobs after Hurricane Sandy swept through, James says. “Some was fallen, some was halfway down.”
“If you need it moved, we move it,” James says, “Whether it be trash or valuables.” His prices vary with the situation, he says—what floor you live on, how heavy your stuff is. James is asked what his biggest obstacle is; Justin answers: “Small doors.”
The best part? “Money,” says James. “Extra money. And just helping people. There’s no feeling like helping someone else.”
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