The Campbell House
Semper Tek held their annual company meeting and Christmas party in Lexington, KY at The Campbell House on Dec. 1, 2023. With this year marking 15 years of excellence, the decision was made that we would celebrate in the town where it all began and where our corporate office is still located! Lexington is where Scott Matheny first started Semper Tek in July of 2008.
As our offices and jobsites are spread across the southeast, we are always so thankful for opportunities to get everyone together in one place!
During our company meeting, four of our amazing team members received a Bulldog Award for above and beyond performance. They were presented with our Bulldog Award sticker to place on their hard hat. We also recognized our team members who have been with Semper Tek for 5 years and those who have been with the company for 10 years! Each of these received a Semper Tek Service Coin for their loyalty and dedication to Semper Tek.
The Fisher House Holiday Drive
The holiday season is a time for giving, spreading joy, and coming together to support those in need. In the spirit of the season, Semper Tek hosted a Christmas drive to benefit the Lexington Fisher House. The Fisher House Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides a “home away from home” for military families while their loved ones receive medical treatment at military and VA hospitals. The Fisher House Foundation is a tremendous resource that serves thousands of families each year. Semper Tek employees brought various items and gift cards to our company Christmas Party to be donated to the Fisher House. We appreciate everyone’s generosity and support to our veterans and their families facing difficult times this holiday season.
Tunnel to Towers
This Christmas, our team also made a donation to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Since 9/11, Tunnel to Towers has been “helping America’s heroes by providing mortgage-free homes to Gold Star and fallen first responder families with young children and by building specially-adapted smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders.” They are also “committed to eradicating veteran homelessness and helping America to Never Forget September 11, 2001.”