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April 23, 2014
Over the past few months, I’ve been training for the Face of America Ride, a 110-mile ride from Arlington, VA to Gettysburg, PA in honor of those who served in in our nation’s military. 500 other cyclists will participate, including 150 servicemen and women. I’m proud to ride alongside 25 firm colleagues who are joining me in the effort to raise funds to enable service members and their families to participate in the Ride and future World T.E.A.M. Sports events.
Last month I wrote a blog post on the importance of adaptive sports to wounded veterans. But as I approach the April 25 start to this event, I am increasingly aware of the benefits this ride has for me and my colleagues. As firm Vice President Paul Ingholt said, “It’s the camaraderie built with the other participants that has me returning for a 3rd year. By challenging our physical endurance alongside veterans, we revive our spirits and build life-long friendships.”
This year marks the 5th consecutive year that Booz Allen employees will have an organized presence in the ride – as volunteers and riders - and the 4th year that the firm has been a supporting sponsor.
Join me, Paul and our colleagues to raise awareness of this terrific event and contact Eileen Miller to learn more about the many adaptive sports programs supported by the firm.
Early next month, join Booz Allen colleagues, firm leaders, sponsors and veterans on the golf course for the Annual Wounded Warrior golf tournament coordinated by Booz Allen benefiting the Salute Military Golf Association. The funds raised teach veterans the game of golf and supply them with the necessary equipment. For more information, contact Ken Tercero.