Once upon a time, three boys worked with their dads in their family owned businesses. Two worked with their father repairing and painting cars, while the other helped his dad roofing businesses and homes. As time passed, the three boys succeeded their fathers and learned the art of successful self employment.
An idea, a dream, came to one of these men of supplying vehicles to missionaries for use while back in the United States on furlough or home assignment. The dream was to have low-cost, mechanically-sound, and good-looking vehicles available for these missionaries, and to deliver them where needed.
It wasn’t until a friendship had developed among three men, and after a number of divinely-orchestrated events had occurred, that this dream/calling started to come alive. It was in June of 2013 that these friends researched, discussed, and prepared to start this venture, which
culminated with the delivery of the first car on April 13, 2014.
The first part of this undertaking has come to fruition; the delivery and pick up aspects are still being developed.