The Early Years
In 1981, Rick Chace and Tommy Goodwin opened Goodwin-Chace Productions on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California. Starting out primarily as a radio production voice-over studio, a package of 365 spots called "Countdown to the Olympics" with Eric Heiden put the company on the map in July 1982.
A year later, Goodwin-Chace moved into the 7080 Medical Towers at the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and La Brea Avenue. This 400 square foot space was notable for its panoramic views of the Los Angeles skyline.