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SOLJETS’ continued success has everyone celebrating. Thanks to the passion and innovative thinking of its three co-founders – Matt Stringfellow, Greg Oswald, and David Lee – and an incredible team, SOLJETS has become a globally respected and trusted source for jet acquisition and brokerage services. The company’s growth accelerated the need to establish a home base. The partners seized an opportunity and have now claimed Park City, Utah as their new headquarters.

The Chicago, Illinois office, where Matt Stringfellow is based, was formerly regarded as SOLJETS’ headquarters. However, the partners had always envisioned the company’s home base in Park City and patiently waited for the right opportunity. In 2019, they were pleased to learn that a client was developing an office park in the exact Park City region the team wished to reside. Adding to the excitement was David Lee’s decision to move from Atlanta, Georgia to join Greg Oswald full-time at the new headquarters.

The doors have officially opened and the Park City office has welcomed several new team members, including Executive Sales Director, Michael Parker; Sales & Marketing Coordinator, Gustav Wollenzien; and Executive Assistant, Jessica Hwang. The experience and drive each team member brings to their role has already proven to be a significant asset to the company. The office also took on their first summer intern, Sam Levine, who conducts market research.

“Establishing a headquarters was an important step for our company,” said Greg Oswald. “It serves as a home base where we can continue to build a culture and solidify our brand. It also provides additional space to accommodate our growing team.”

In addition to the Park City and Chicago locations, SOLJETS has an office in Boulder, Colorado. The company’s continuous progression within the industry has kindled the demand to expand the team even farther. Positions are opening in the near future, including the need for additional members within the sales and analyst departments.