Our Greatest Hits
We’ve put together a little somethin’ that highlights some of our favorite memories over the last year (give or take). It’s been a wild ride, lots of ups and downs, and a lot more Zoom calls than we would have ever expected (who had ‘pandemic’ on their bingo card?).
Through it all, we’ve had a pretty prolific year of banging out the hits. We’re lucky to get to work with some of the best clients and some of the greatest people we could ask for. We’ve got a whole lotta red-hot burnin’ love for you all, and we’re ready to take on whatever gets thrown at us next.
Love the reel? Well, we made you a mixtape, too. We really went all out this year.
Being Involved in the Community is About More Than Just Giving
The foundation of KPS3 is built on three simple principles: Be Bold, Be Excellent, and Never Be Finished. As a company, we work to exemplify these values in everything that we do, and as members of the community, we work even harder to ensure we’re giving back boldly, with excellence, and in ways that truly matter. Our work is never finished when it comes to bettering the community around us—it’s what drives us! Committed to Leveling Up Our Community...
Year 30 – A Recap of The Past Twelve Months
Pausing to Smile Over the last twelve months, we’ve passed quite a few milestones as a company. First, we celebrated thirty years of being in business last June. Three decades of growth. 30 years of adapting. It’s been an incredible journey. This year we also hired our 50th employee making us an official mid-sized business. That was only a few months ago, and we’re already close to reaching 60 people. It’s exciting to see the ongoing growth, as well...
Your greatest ally. And worst enemy.
Fear and its omnipresent role during the formation, growth and success of KPS3 cannot be understated. Its fingers touched every higher risk decision, missed opportunity, and created a desire to over-control everything humanly possible. And sometimes inhumanly possible. I have always been in tune with fear. All my life. It’s been a motivator, accelerator, hard driver and protector. I never would have created KPS3 if I hadn’t been afraid of stagnating in the business I had been working (even...