Our mission

 
We want to provide an easy way for people to get their stuff around town. Our belief is that relationships are the foundation of any good business and we're applying this concept through pickups to help simplify life.
 

Our Team

 

Ben Jackson Bungii Founder Startup Entrepreneur

Ben Jackson

Ben leads overall strategy. He moved to Kansas City a little over a year ago where he tried Tank 7 for the first time. Since then, his life has never been the same.

 

Harrison Proffitt

Harrison is in charge of revenue growth. As a back-to-back-to-back fantasty football champion, he's focused on channeling that success into the business world.

 
 

Eric Bolduc Bungii Founder Startup Entrepreneur

Eric Bolduc

Eric makes sure our written content looks sharp and our social media is internet ready. His favorite phrase is "tl;dr". The rest of us are still trying to figure out what that means.

 

Josh Camacho Bungii Founder Startup Entrepreneur

Josh Camacho

Josh oversees operations. He claims he was born with a hot wheels pickup in his hand. We can’t confirm the accuracy of that from a medical perspective but we do know he’s right at home working for a company that revolves around trucks.

 
 

Tyler Tilton Bungii Startup Entrepreneur

Tyler Tilton

Tyler is our regional manager. At Bungii, we’re pretty big fans of The Office but don’t look too far into the titles. Or do...

 

Reece Childers Bungii Pickup Startup App

Reece Childers

Reece helps out with customer success. He was on track to be the next Michael Jordan but suffered a career-ending knee injury in 1st grade. It was in that very moment that he decided to pursue plan B: Bungii.

 
 

AJ Martin Team Bungii Truck App Entrepreneur

AJ Martin

AJ is our lead city launcher. His biggest disappointment ever was Xmas ‘06 when he didn’t get a trampoline. Today, he’s helping ensure parents are able to transport large items, like trampolines, to end childhood tragedy.

 

Our First pickup

 

On a hot Manhattan afternoon in 2014, Ben Jackson had four different friends ask if they could borrow his pickup to help haul stuff across town. Multiple truck loads later, being more worn out than his '99 Ford Ranger, he laid in bed thinking, "there has to be a better way."

The next day in class at K-State, Ben whispered his dilemma to Harrison Proffitt who nonchalantly replied, "Let's start a business." They walked out of that class with one concept in mind: tap a button, get a truck.

Bungii has come a long way since then and we look forward to being there for your next, "I need a truck" moment