Labor Day is the time when we start to say goodbye to summer. The next day, people have to return to work and children have to go back to school. In celebration of the holiday, and as a sendoff to summer, many people host a backyard barbecue with their family and friends. A survey by Statista showed that 58% of Americans fire up the grill on Labor Day.
Last year, the average Labor Day BBQ cost $81.17, according to The Motley Fool. The average cost for this year’s Labor Day BBQ has yet to be calculated, but it can be assured that it will be higher than last year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said that, so far this year, food prices are 2.9% higher than they were last year. The agency expects food prices to go up from 2.5% to 3.5% by the end of 2020 and increase another 1% to 2% by the end of next year.
If you have a junk car and you need money for a barbecue, contact Gershow Recycling, a Long Island junk and auto salvage company that has been around for over 50 years. They will tow away your unwanted vehicle for free, plus they will pay you on the spot. There is no middleman involved, so, with Gershow, you will get top dollar for your older car.
The junk car selling process is easy with Gershow. Just go to the online form, fill in the information, get a quote and set the day and time you want your junk vehicle picked up. There is no other paperwork to fill out. Plus, if your vehicle is more than eight years old, Gershow will not ask for a title.
If you need money this Labor Day weekend, sell your junk car to Gershow. They are the junk car buying experts! Call (631) 371-2031 or visit https://clunkersintocash.com/.