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Jonathan Moneymaker: Altamira Seeks to Deepen AF Support with Cycling Classic Sponsorship

Jonathan Moneymaker
Jonathan Moneymaker

TYSONS CORNER, VA June 22, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — GovCon Executive reported Friday on Altamira Technologies helping support the 2015 Air Force Association Cycling Classic held earlier this month for the benefit of the Wounded Airman Program.

Jonathan Moneymaker, chief strategy officer at Altamira, said Thursday the company sought to solidify the company’s support for the U.S. Air Force’s mission and endeavors through the sponsorship.

“We’re incredibly proud to be a sponsor of the Cycling Classic, ” Moneymaker said.

“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.”

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