The IT salesman who pressed the great escape key

Originally posted on May 30, 2017

Meet the man who is living the dream after ditching the laborious nine to five office grind. He kept his job earning approximately $99,000 a year, and now works out of the back of his Nissan cargo van so he can travel.

Envy-inducing shots show maintenance renewals specialist, Tim Lutz, originally from Bedford, New Hampshire, working at his desk, preparing a tasty meal and getting ready to go out on a bike ride.

Tim is currently in Fruita, Colorado, and is a professional ultra-distance mountain biker. He says that it was this passion that spurred him to make the shift from office to van, saying that it allows him to work more efficiently.

‘Before van life, each end to a work week on Friday at 5pm was a race to the mountains for a weekend of adventure only to return late Sunday for the approaching work week. I knew there was a better way,’ said the 38-year-old, who sells IT maintenance contracts for technology solutions company Global Technology Resources, headquartered in Denver.

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