Sprint Waste Receives Fourth Aggie 100

For the fourth consecutive year, Texas A&M University has named Sprint Waste Services as a member of the prestigious Aggie 100, an award honoring the world’s fastest-growing companies owned or led by former Texas A&M students.

Sprint Waste came in 83rd on the list with a compound annual growth rate of 36.25 percent from 2012 through 2014. The 11th annual rankings were announced Oct. 23 at a formal luncheon at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

Sprint Waste president and co-owner Will Swinbank, a 2002 Texas A&M graduate, said, “It’s always gratifying to be acknowledged for our success at Sprint Waste, but being honored at Texas A&M is particularly special for our company and my family because of our strong ties to the university. The same ideals we learned as Aggies guide our leadership and business direction to this day. We’re so thankful to be included on this list and honored by the opportunity to be a role model for future Aggie business leaders.”

The Aggie 100 was created in 2005 by the Mays Business School’s Center for New Ventures in Entrepreneurship (CNVE) to celebrate Aggie-owned and –led businesses and provide a forum for honorees to pass lessons of their success to the next generation of Aggie entrepreneurs.

Dr. Richard H. Lester, CNVE executive director, said, “As we enter our second decade honoring business excellence with the 11th Annual Aggie 100, we reflect on all the Aggie businesses that came before and look forward to the future success of Aggie entrepreneurs to come. From agriculture to technology and everything in between, this year’s list signifies that, no matter your background, the Aggie entrepreneurial spirit is alive and thriving.”

More about the Aggie 100 award

Download the 2015 Aggie 100 here.