Monster Earns INC 5000 For The Fourth Time!
Posted by Stephen Skipper on 8/16/2017 to Monster Trans News
Monster Transmission & Performance is pleased to announce that we have once again been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the nation. This is the third year in a row and the fourth overall that Monster has been bestowed with this prestigious honor, having been on in this list in 2013, 2015, and in 2016. In addition, Monster was named as one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in Florida in 2012. Companies that are nominated to the Inc. 5000 list are considered to be the best run, the most innovative, and the most inspiring in not only their leaders but their workers as well, showcasing the passion they have for the companies that they represent.
The award is highly exclusive and is awarded based upon the percentage of revenue growth over a period of four years and is only open to companies that are privately owned and independent. Monster joins companies on the list such as LootCrate, the Dollar Shave Club, Yeti Coolers, and more in their ranks, speaking to the prestigious nature of the list. Monster is also the only automotive manufacturing company in all of Hernando County to be named to the list to ever receive this honor even once, not to mention three times in a row, no less.
Monster is known for their remanufactured transmissions designed for high performance and heavy duty vehicles. The Monster name has appeared in over 20 television and Internet programs, from Fast & Loud, Gas Monkey Garage, Two Guys Garage, All Girls Garage, and Overhaulin and can be seen on stations such as Discovery Channel, Velocity, and Spike TV. From this notoriety, Monster has managed to grab the attention of several celebrity status names that have used the services that Monster provides. Some of these include actor Burt Reynolds, television personality Richard Rawlings, and music icon Steven Tyler. Best of all, Monster has devoted countless hours of their time to volunteer in their local community of Hernando County, raising tens of thousands of dollars in charity efforts.
Monster Transmission and its team of MonStars have worked hard to achieve this honor for the fourth time, and has grown so much since it first began in a small shop almost 15 years ago. To have the ability to allow for continued growth, Monster will soon be moving to its new location in the coming months. This new site is 5 times the size of the operation that Monster currently runs, so there will be plenty of room for even more to be added.