Brainstorm leads to business for Elk City area resident with disabilities
OKLAHOMA CITY – Second and third chances. Bryan “Whiteydawg” White had a few that didn’t work out. Then one day in 2015, a brainstorm led to a new business and a brighter future.
White found his calling while driving east with his dad Robert White on Frisco Street in Clinton. The John Deere store he passed was nearly finished, but the parking lot badly needed power washing and paint striping.
White didn’t have equipment yet, but he saw an opportunity – and a chance to work.
“I can do that!” White told his dad before rushing in to talk to the store owner Bob Lorenz and transportation supervisor Mike Hyman.