MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Sometimes a leap of faith is all a budding entrepreneur needs to find their dream job.
For Beth and Larry Muschinski, that meant quitting their lucrative day jobs in Wisconsin and moving the family down south to pursue ownership of a property for campers and RVers. Beth, a former employee at a trauma two medical center and Larry, employed 35 years as a toolmaker at a large factory, knew they were taking a risk leaving their stable jobs to try their hand at new business ownership. Despite their 22 years of experience camping and RVing across the country, the Muschinski’s recognized the leap of faith they were taking to leave their comfortable careers behind in pursuit of their passion.
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