KBR Stays Army Strong Continuing Its Co-Lead Sponsorship of Army Ten-Miler
HOUSTON – (October 9, 2019) – KBR (NYSE: KBR) announced today that it will, once again, serve as the co-lead sponsor of the Army Ten-Miler (ATM) race in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019.
KBR has been a major sponsor of the ATM for 14 years. At the race, KBR's sponsorship will provide free shuttle service, hospitality tents, water, pre-packaged meal boxes, and a reunion area where family and friends connect with runners.
KBR will also continue to sponsor a tent in the famous Hooah Tent Zone. At the company’s tent, attendees can interact with soldiers while enjoying Wisconsin bratwursts and taking pictures in a photo booth.
The ATM is the third largest ten-mile road race in the world, attracting more than 35,000 runners from around the globe. All proceeds from the ATM go to the U.S. Army's Family, Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) program.
“Whether at the finish line or frontlines, KBR is committed to meeting the needs of the Army community," said Byron Bright, President, KBR Government Solutions U.S.
"As an organization that serves U.S. armed forces around the world, we are proud to be a part of this race, which has a profound impact on soldiers and their loved ones," Bright continued.
For 35 years, the ATM has generated over $7.3 million for the Army MWR program, which provides services and programs that support readiness and resilience for military members and their families.
KBR has provided mission critical military solutions since WWII. The company helps ensure troop readiness and delivers the systems and technologies that enable the U.S. Army to maintain its competitive advantage in conflict and in peacetime. Known for pioneering leading-edge solutions, KBR lends its domain expertise to the U.S. military, NASA, foreign allies and commercial customers.
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