Insperity | Taking it to the streets
On March 3, 2011, the Administaff family gathered to celebrate 25 years of success and a new beginning as Insperity. Some members of the Addison Whitney-Insperity team were lucky enough to attend and witness this magical evening.
Picture this – Minute Maid Park home of the Houston Astros, deep in the heart of Texas, buzzing with the excitement of more than 3,000 people. As we all filed into seats along the third baseline, we were met with an incredible program. Hosted by new Insperity spokesman Jim Nantz, it featured a conversation with Steve Forbes and presentations by company leadership. Saying the presentation by Chairman and CEO Paul Sarvadi was inspiring and energizing just does not do it justice. He passionately talked about the company’s evolution over the past 25 years and his vision for the years to come. This new vision coupled with the new corporate identity was unveiled in 3D – yes, thousands of guests put on branded 3D glasses for the unveiling.
The night featured an amazing spread of food, dancing and festivities. As we headed out to left field to get our souvenir – an Insperity-branded box filled with mementos celebrating the company’s history – Michael McDonald took the stage to cap off the night.
Often times when our clients launch new brand strategies or corporate identities, we do not get to witness the excitement of the event. So being able to attend was very special for our team. Every detail of this event and the Sales Convention happening at the same time were so well thought-out and very impressive including the signs, stage lighting and the entire color palette – all of which changed overnight.
To borrow something we overheard employees saying that night: here’s to Insperity – cheers!