History Of CommTech
Jay Jenkins Jr. opened South Plains Communications in Amarillo in January 2007. In November 2013, he and his wife started CommTech, LLC. CommTech continues to offer the same communication products and services, while advancing with the industry. Jay’s experience began in the early 1990s, when he worked alongside his father installing and repairing two-way radio equipment and completing tower projects around West Texas. Today, as he continues to work in the industry, he carries on his father’s legacy and the culture of family business.
Jay and his wife, Kami, live in Amarillo and enjoy traveling and outdoor sports and activities. They are involved with their church and other community organizations such as High Plains Children’s Home, Children’s Emergency Home of Amarillo, DiscipleTrips, Center City, WT Enterprise Center, United Way, and other nonprofit organizations. One of their favorite events has been 24 Hours in the Canyon, which is a road and mountain bike race that benefits the local cancer survivorship clinic. For the past four years, they have provided their communication needs and participated as riders.
CommTech is committed to improving communications by providing professional advice, exceptional customer service, and industry-leading products to develop solutions for our customers that establish confidence and reliability in their communication systems.
CommTech is devoted to serving our community in a professional manner, while upholding our values of integrity, genuineness, and diligence. Our focus is on the success and well-being of the West Texas community. We are committed to staying current on the latest technologies and practices in our industry. This approach ensures that our customers are provided with reliable equipment and accurate information.
“Good friends don’t always make good business, but good business always makes good friends.” – Jay Jenkins Sr.
“Say what you do, and do what you say.” – Jay Jenkins Sr.
“Know who you are, where you are from, and where you are going.” – Jack Joy