James Spink spent 15 years living out of a suitcase. He worked around the country coordinating events for motor sports and decided it was time to spend time with his newly expanded family.
“That’s one of the reasons this was appealing to us,” says Spink, franchise operator for the Indianapolis Bin There Dump That franchise. Spink didn’t want to miss out on watching his now 2-year-old son Kanon grow up.
Spink and his wife, Lori, spent nearly a year and a half exploring a number of career paths and business options before settling on a Bin There Dump That franchise. He cites just one regret: not starting it sooner.