Who Ya Gonna Call After Partying? Hangover Helpers

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By Aaron Hepker

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Your head aches, you're hungry and your house is littered with sticky plastic cups. Who ya gonna call? Hangover Helpers.

Two University of Colorado graduates are marketing a new business by that name in Boulder, home of CU's main campus. They'll bring in breakfast burritos and Gatorade the morning after a party — and clean up the mess.

The Daily Camera in Boulder reports that Marc Simons started cleaning party houses about a year ago for extra cash and realized he'd found a niche, despite the bad economy.

He teamed up with high school friend Alex Vere-Nicoll and started Hangover Helpers.

They charge $15 per roommate.

They're already getting some calls but expect business to pick up in spring, Boulder's prime party season.

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