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Camo Crew founder named to Titan 100 list

Andy Weins via LinkedIn.

Andy Weins, president and founder of Camo Crew Junk Removal,  has been named to the 2024 Titan 100 in Wisconsin, an annual honor that recognizes C-level  executives in the public and private sectors who demonstrate exceptional leadership, vision, passion,  and influence in their fields. 

The Titan 100 awards were presented last week at the Fiserv Forum. The awards are given annually by Wipfli, a Milwaukee-based company that is one of the nation’s largest accounting and advisory firms.

“It is amazing to be honored alongside so many accomplished people,” Weins said in a statement. “It’s also  gratifying to see the junk-removal profession acknowledged alongside this diverse range of  businesses. It signifies the importance of our work in the business community and the important  service we deliver.” 

Weins’ Titan 100 award comes a month after Weins’ business was recognized as a 2023 Outstanding  Business by Governor Tony Evers and Missy Hughes, secretary and CEO of the Wisconsin Economic  Development Corporation. Camo Crew’s award was in a category designated for veteran-owned  businesses.  

To qualify for the Titan 100 list, honorees must hold a C-level title and must demonstrate contributions  to the growth of their companies through high-level leadership and influence in their fields.  

Camo Crew Junk Removal takes a responsible, efficient and compassionate approach to helping customers declutter, reorganize or move. The company minimizes what it sends to landfills by sorting  items by hand in order to donate, recycle or repurpose as much as possible. Camo Crew regularly  organizes free e-recycling collections throughout the greater Milwaukee area and supports many  community causes.  

Weins is a fourth-generation entrepreneur and Cardinal Stritch graduate. Through consulting,  teaching, writing and podcasting, he is a passionate supporter of veterans, entrepreneurs, the  environment, and community engagement. Weins draws his inspiration from his military service and  puts a focus on hiring veterans. He has 19 years of service in the military, is a combat veteran of  Operation Iraqi Freedom, and is currently a U.S. Army Reserve Career Counselor. Camo Crew is a member of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce.