Published on August 23, 2023
Casey Cavell has a lot of party stories: he dropped out of college to become a professional poker player, tried (and was successful at) buying self-storage facilities and apartment complexes, and finally found his way into the business of baseball. More specifically, he opened a baseball academy for kids ages 5 to 10 that grew to have five sites.
Cavell basically got out of his D-BAT Academy franchise twice. First, he sold 66% of the business for $1.5 million, and then he sold the rest of his stock for $10 million. On this week's episode of Built to Sell Radio, Cavell talks about the lessons he learned from his successes and failures that led to his final exit.
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