“You’ll always miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” — Wayne Gretzky.
Welcome to Scout Environmental! I am excited to welcome you to our inaugural Scout Environmental blog post, for this signifies a very proud moment for Jason, Melanie, and me: This post means we have launched Scout Environmental and we are open for business!
Today is the culmination of a dream and thoughtful planning and preparation. We started Scout when we saw an opportunity to form our own company and do great things for our clients, our partners, and our people. As with any new bold initiative, there is risk – but we know it takes a calculated risk to achieve great things. We accepted the risk and charted the way to our launch today – you could say we did our own scouting!
Why Scout exists: We launched Scout because we believe America is beautiful and we want to help keep it that way. We value and appreciate our way of life – our freedoms and opportunities that were hard fought and won by generations before us and sustained by our military today. We also respect our environment and the diverse ecosystems and species that make our country beautiful for us today, and for the future generations to come. So in essence, Scout exists to support the protection of America’s great resources. With this belief, Scout leads the way in helping ensure our military has the training, ranges, and infrastructure our brave men and women need to achieve their missions – and that they obtain the facilities and training they need in a manner that respects and values our common environment.
With gratitude: To our clients – thank you for your trust in us. We promise to give you our best, every time. To our partners – thank you for your partnership as we apply our complementary services in support of our mutual clients. To our people – thank you for taking your shot with us: you are what makes Scout great. Finally, to our families, friends, and trusted advisors – thank you for believing in us. Your support and guidance has been instrumental in making our dream a reality.
About that photo: That’s not just any other Navy ship – that’s the USS Scout, a minesweeper commissioned in 1990 and homeported in San Diego. And their mission? You guessed it, a small but specialized ship bravely leading the way so that others can accomplish their objectives.
We are Scout Environmental and we are taking our shot. Now let’s do great things together!
For further inquiries on Scout Environmental, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.