Altamira Sponsors Cycling Race to Benefit Wounded USAF Airmen; Jonathan Moneymaker Comments

Jonathan Moneymaker
Jonathan Moneymaker

Altamira Technologies was one of the sponsors of this year’s Air Force Association Cycling Classic event that took place in Virginia over the weekend.

The association held the two-day road bicycle racing challenge to support the Wounded Airman Program, Altamira said Thursday.

“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,” said Jonathan Moneymaker, chief strategy officer of Altamira.

Olympic cyclist Bobby Lea rode for Altamira’s professional cycling team and won second place at the race.

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