Dan, who moved to Ballantyne
with his wife, Angel, in 2005,
says, "There were multiple weeks
the kids had no snacks and would
look across the field and see the
other team enjoying brownies."
Angel remembers a church
Sunday School party around the
same time where they split the
class by the alphabet and messed
that up, too. "We got to the party
and everyone had brought two
liters of Diet Coke and chips and
salsa. And that's it," she says.
That got both of them think-
ing there had to be a better way.
Employees at SignUpGenius not
only run the web-based business
they enjoy outings together.