A black semitruck is parked in front of a nondescript office building in Southfield, Mich., on a recent crisp fall afternoon.
"You're looking at a state-of-the-art facility," says Terence Jackson Jr. as he enters the vehicle, dressed in all black. "When you come inside, you just forget that you are actually in a trailer at all."
Jackson, 34, is the CEO and owner of Luxury Strike Bowling. His company's trailer is what he calls "the world's first mobile bowling alley."