When Carey is walking, he’s an unstoppable force. The 28-year-old just doesn’t like to stand still — he has to keep moving.
He tried a job as a dog walker, but he wanted to wander farther than the dogs could even go.
His initial $80 fee buys a client a custom sign and an hour’s worth of walking and waving it at passing traffic over six weeks.
Real estate agent Clay Miller is a steady client who says Carey’s Signs gets his business a lot of attention.
“I’ve had a lot of people stop me and comment on it or post photos to Facebook,” he told the Whidbey News-Times.
For a man who requires 24-hour care, the job offers Carey a sense of independence, the opportunity to pay his own rent and bills, and, best of all, the chance to be on the move.
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