Plumbing company needs help finding hot pink trailer

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – January can be a tough month for small businesses. But for a company in Greenville, things have been really tough.

Plumbing in Pink is a women- and veteran-owned plumbing company serving the entire upstate. They strive to run an honest plumbing business and are committed to protecting women and their customers from price gouging and outrageous service charges.

They have been in business for four years and plan to expand even more.

But last Sunday owners Lynn and Rusty Greer took a major hit when they lost their bright pink trailer.

They said the trailer was with them from the very beginning.

“When it was just Rusty and Lynn in their living room with their dream of a business, that’s what was bought to keep this business going. This business ran out of that trailer,” the manager said. from the office, Laurie Hensley.

Although they took a financial hit, it also affected them emotionally.

According to the owners, he was last seen on Sunday as a technician was leaving a construction site.

While driving on Interstate 85, the trailer detached from the truck and was left on the side of the road. The worker intended to return to retrieve it. But when they returned to the scene, he was missing and the owner has not seen him since.

Rusty Greer said he just wanted the trailer back.

“I still have faith, especially in humanity, if you have it, just give it back. Take what you want, just bring the trailer back because this was our first letter vehicle and it has sentimental value,” said co-owner Rusty Greer.

Plumbing in Pink has asked for the public’s help in locating the missing trailer. If you have information on the whereabouts of the trailer, please contact the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office or contact Plumbing in Pink on Facebook or call (864) 735-7014.