Sun Sentinal – Couple turns junk removal into family business

After Dave Archer, 68, retired from his job as a marketing executive for a medical device company 12 years ago, he moved to Florida and realized he wasn’t ready for a steady diet of golf.

“I tried to retire,” he said, jokingly, “but it didn’t work.”

Together with his wife, Toni, a former teacher at Panther Run Elementary School in Wellington, the two decided to seek out a franchise opportunity and found Junk King, which claims to be the second-largest junk removal service in North America. Read full article at