Andy Kaye grew up one block from Lambeau Field, and his family was rich in morals and ethics but not so rich in regards to money. His dad told him that if he wanted something, he needed to go and get it.

  "I knew that I'd never be able to work for someone after owning my own business so I started a janitorial company and grew to over 300 cleaners," Kaye said.

The company was large enough that other companies started calling them for restoration work after damage to a home or business that needed to be cleaned quickly with a large crew. He saw restoration companies subcontracting all of the work and losing control, which made the cleanup take too long and cost too much. From the Green Bay Press-Gazette.