McLean VA – Altamira Technologies Corporation is a proud sponsor of the 2015 Air Force Association Cycling Classic, hosted just outside the nation’s capital. Olympic cyclist Bobby Lea, riding for Altamira’s pro team, capped off two days of incredible racing against some of the top cyclists in the world with an overall 2nd place podium finish. Altamira’s Corporate Challenge Team was among the leaders of a great field of riders participating in the corporate race, all in support of a truly worthy cause — the Wounded Airman Program.
“We’re incredibly proud to be a sponsor of the Cycling Classic,” said Jonathan Moneymaker, Chief Strategy Officer for Altamira. “The Air Force is one of our longest standing customers and it is great to extend our partnership beyond delivering technological and analytical solutions supporting our nation’s security and directly make a difference in the lives of those in the Wounded Airman Program that have sacrificed so much for our freedom.”
The Air Force Association Cycling Classic is the region’s premier cycling event, featuring two days of world-class professional and amateur racing, as well as a corporate challenge ride, all in support of the Wounded Airman Program.
“This event represents a perfect partnership for us at Altamira. We are able to support our customers, our community, and our corporate culture of Altamira Healthy Living – and have a lot of fun in the process,” said Ted Davies, Chief Executive Officer for Altamira. “Congratulations to Bobby Lea and our pro team on a strong 2nd place finish, and to all the riders that put in their laps Sunday.”
Altamira Technologies Corporation provides its national security customers the information advantage through full-spectrum engineering, analytic services, and open source software solutions. We deliver applied engineering; cloud computing and big data; data analytics and visualization; advanced enterprise software development; cyber operations, multi-intelligence analysis, and mobility technologies to defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities.