Intelligent Decisions, Dell Team with Wizards to Honor Troops

The Wizards will take on the Bulls at Verizon Center in Downtown D.C. Monday at 7 on Military Appreciation Night

Intelligent Decisions and Dell are teaming with the Washington Wizards for the NBA team’s Second Annual Military Appreciation Night.

Military members and their families will be recognized Monday, Feb. 28th when the Wizards play the Chicago Bulls at Verizon Center.

According to Intelligent Decisions, “This event is designed to recognize the tremendous sacrifice that the members of our Armed Forces and their families make on a daily basis.  Over 40 service men and women from the Red Cross Division of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Air National Guard, along with their guests, will attend the game and enjoy an evening of fun.”

Between the first and second quarters, each soldier will be presented with a new Dell laptop during an on court presentation.

Joe Ayers

“Dell is excited to support this event in partnership with Intelligent Decisions. We proudly offer our support and thanks to the brave men and women who dedicate their lives to protect our great country and defend our freedom,” Joe Ayers, vice president & GM, U.S. Defense Sales, Dell Federal said. ” While this event touches only a small number of them, our hope is that the event raises public awareness for this great cause.”

Fans in attendance will recieve American flags as a show of support for the military members in attendance.

Harry Martin

“Intelligent Decisions is extremely honored to partner with Dell and the Washington Wizards to host such an important event,” Intelligent Decisions CEO Harry Martin said.  “We are proud to host the men and women of the armed forces who have, along with their families, made so many sacrifices, sacrifices that as civilians we cannot begin to imagine, serving and protecting our freedom.  This event is a small token of our gratitude and appreciation.”

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