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Spencer Blank, Florida Entrepreneur, Helps the Elderly With His Concierge Service 2Extrahandz

BOCA RATON, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 11/26/12 -- After graduating from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida as a Criminal Justice major in 2011, entrepreneur Spencer Blank knew he always wanted to give an extra hand to the community that quickly became his second home. That is when he came up with the idea to start right at home in the Saint Andrews Community off of Clint Moore road in west Boca where he created 2Extrahandz, a full service concierge service that helps out both the residents of the community and surrounding area.

Jobs vary for each client, says Spencer Charles Blank. Some of the most common job requests are Pressure cleaning, window cleaning, Handyman work, grocery and drug store pickups, airport drop-offs and pickups, helping the elderly to pack up once the winter is over and they are ready to go back up north, golfcart upkeep, pc cleaning, car detailing, bronze cleaning and statue polishing, and picking up cars from transport trucks that are dropping off the snowbirds cars for the season.

2Extrahandz provides access to a group of trustworthy individuals & sub contractors to get things done in and around your house or property. If they can't do it they will find somebody who can for you. "Pretty much you can call 2Extrahandz to do anything for you," said Blank.

Thanks to great services like these Florida residents can be assured that no matter what it is that they need, there is a team of experts at 2Extrahandz that can handle whatever it is they need, since they are servicing all of Boca Raton.

About Spencer Blank, Founder of 2Extrahandz:

Spencer started 2Extrahandz in July of 2012. They accept all forms of payments and those interested in concierge services can contact them at 561-322-0604. 2extrahandz has been growing since its inception over 5 months ago. Spencer Blank is a Boca Raton resident who likes to jetski, wakeboard, and is an avid runner, and surfer.

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