SPS turns 30 this year.
In 1981 Dallas was the number one TV show, Cannonball Run was racing through movie theaters, the space shuttle program saw its maiden voyage, and IBM began selling something called a personal computer. While all this was going on, ten people in Brentwood quietly got together to form Sobul, Primes & Schenkel.
Thirty years later, SPS is going stronger than ever and now boasts 30 employees. And, by the way, four of those original ten people are still on the job!
SPS has stayed at the front of the curve during the startling changes – from technologies to tax codes — that have transformed the world in the last three decades. The only thing that hasn’t changed is our dedication to client needs.
What better way to celebrate than by giving back to the community! Currently some of the partners are involved with the following: Rick Schenkel, Water Buffalo Club; David Primes, Friends of the Observatory; Chris Morris, YMCA and Jeff Cameron with Wildworks (to name a few).
Thank you, everyone, for another happy birthday.