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CU grads set out to cure hangovers
Former CU business grad Alex Vere-Nicoll and former CU psychology grad Marc Simons give students a reason to be lazy.
After a rough Saturday night, students can finally get their Sunday rest and have others clean up their mess.
The two started a part-time cleaning gig after the job market proved to not be so friendly.
This two-man company has been averaging three houses per weekend since this past December. The two enter trashed houses the morning after a bash, bearing breakfast burritos and Gatorade.
The food and drink are provided and help battle student’s physical hangovers and make them feel rejuvenated while Vere-Nicoll and Simons move on to tackle the real disaster.
CU senior Casey Watson said, “They help you with the whole cleaning up process after a party. It makes the clean up process easy while you relax and hang out.”
It wasn’t long before Vere-Nicoll came up with a business that would work in a college town.
“I know when I was a student I hated cleaning, and there’s a lot of other students out there who party just like I did, have a messy house in the morning and would want someone to clean it,” Vere-Nicoll said.
At just 15 dollars per roommate, the house will be clean and stomachs will be full in less than two hours.
Now in their third month of business, they have already received national and international recognition.
“It all started with being on the front page of the Daily Camera. The Associated Press picked it up and ran it all over the country. Actually I have a friend who was backpacking in Mumbai, India and me and my partner on the front of a newspaper there,” Simons said.
As long as CU students keep partying, these two will be in the business of curing hangovers.
For more information about how to contact the Hangover Helpers visit their website at www.helpinghangovers.com