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USO DC Chapter Inducts Quest Into ‘Founders Circle;’ Paul Christman Comments

Quest-Software-LogoDell‘s Quest Software subsidiary joined the USO of Metropolitan Washington’s Founders’ Circle at a Tuesday ceremony to open the organization’s new center at Fort Meade, Md.

Quest said Fort Meade USO Center plans to host 18 events per year with between 2,000 and 3,000 military guests per month.

“We are proud to support the USO-Metro as a member of its Circle of Stars for the past two years,” said Paul Christman, vice president for public sector sales and marketing at Dell. “Showing our commitment to the men and women who serve our country and their families is important to us as a company.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of the Founders’ Circle for the USO Center at Fort Meade and have the opportunity to contribute to a place where service members and their families can enjoy much-deserved rest.”

Science Applications International Corp. also announced its place in the Founders’ Circle earlier this week.

“With the growing population of military members in Maryland, we know this Center is going to make a huge difference in their quality of life, especially our young members,” said Elaine Rogers, president and CEO of USO-Metro.

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