Tony Stewart Heads To QuanticoPosted by in General
I have probably been watching a little too much Criminal Minds because I automatically think of that show when I hear Quantico. But this has NOTHING to do with television. As my readers know though- if it has to do with a Tony Stewart appearance I will write about it. This appearance might be private however I love that it supports our military!
Tony Stewart will be meeting with Wounded Warriors and then hold a private meet and greet for service members at Barnett Field as part of Quantico’s Third Annual ServMart Customer Appreciation Day. Marine Corps Base Quantico’s mission is to optimize readiness by providing operation and training support, infrastructure and community services.
“It is an honor for me to visit Marine Corps Base Quantico and have the opportunity to meet some of the brave men and women who serve our country,” said Stewart, who will compete in this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at nearby Richmond International Raceway. “I’m incredibly grateful for the sacrifices service members and their families make every day. Those sacrifices make it possible for someone like me to have the freedom to do what I love and for NASCAR fans to enjoy being at the race track. To be able to say thank you in person means a lot to me.”
The Office Depot show car will also be there. Office Depot is one of the sponsors of the ServMart Customer Appreciation Day and values their relationship with the military:
“Office Depot is very proud of our strong relationship with the General Services Administration and the US Marine Corps,” said Greg Abrahms, Director of Military Stores for Office Depot. “It is a privilege to be able to have a presence on base at Quantico and to help support the men and women stationed there by providing the products and services they need to successfully perform their mission.”
Another reason for me to love Office Depot- like I needed one.
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