About 30 years ago, I started JAC Communications out of my basement. All I had at the time was a dream, a wealth of knowledge and a 1979 Toyota pickup truck. Thankfully my wife and family let me chase my dreams, and supported me as I took the plunge into entrepreneurship.
Years later, JAC, which stand for my initials, owns its own building in Dundalk, employs 13 people, and has 8 trucks that travel around the country installing systems for our clients. But here’s the thing, a client isn’t just a client around here. It’s all about the relationship.
I’m a Cal Ripken fan, not a sports fan mind you, but a huge Cal Ripken fan. Just come check out my shrine, I mean, office. I respect him. For him, it wasn’t about the money; it was about the community around him.
I’ve planted my roots, not only here in Dundalk but in the communications industry as well. I still feel like I’m a mom and pop shop. I guess that’s because I’m more concerned about the person than the equipment.
All businesses are looking for the right image, an image that shows you’re grounded in the community, as well as reliable, focused, and prepared to take care of your clients.
At JAC Communications, we’ll help you create that image. We only do the best. That’s all we know.
Jeffrey A. Carter