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MartinFederal Gets Involved in the Oak Ridge Community
MartinFederal donates $500 to a local Oak Ridge running club, RoadKill Running Club (www.roadkillrunningclub.com), in support of its annual Clinton, TN marathon. The donation went to aid the local running club in the furnishing of water, promotional products, and future running campaigns. MartinFederal's President & CEO himself has signed up to run the next 15K run which will take place in Oak Ridge.
MartinFederal's President & CEO guest speaker at local Kiwanis Club Meeting
MartinFederal's President & CEO, Mr. Corey L. Martin, was the guest speaker at the April 3rd Kiwanis Club Meeting held in Dadeville, AL, the home of MartinFederal's headquarters. Mr. Martin's speech focused on the economic "boom" that is happening in the state of AL due to BRAC, as well as the need for communities to rally behind and support service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB).
Mr. Martin spoke to a crowd of 30+ members in regards to the financial impact the state will inherit within the next 4 ½ years, drawing a 110 mile radius from the center of Huntsville, FT. Benning, and Maxwell-Gunter AFB. Mr. Martin stated that "Alabama has become a sweet spot for various federal agencies and the DoD, mainly due to Alabama's geographical positioning and resources in respect to disaster recovery & continuity planning, logistics, and a viable work force".
As he closed his speech, Mr. Martin spoke genuinely about his military disability and the need for all communities to support SDVOSB's every chance possible. Mr. Martin declared, "Service members are the back-bone of this country, and we not only give up ourselves so ALL can experience freedom, but we also give up our families, jobs, and sometimes sanity so the MAJORITY can continue to exercise unbound judgment in everyday life".
Norman Light attends press conference with Alabama Governor Bob Riley, Congressman Bud Cramer, ADO Director Neal Wade, and Bruce Anderson, the new ADO of North Alabama
Hoping to capitalize on the Huntsville/Madison County aerospace and defense industry that already employs more than 44,000 workers, the Alabama Development Office (ADO) is opening a new satellite office in Huntsville.
Norman Light, representing MartinFederal Consulting, LLC. at a press conference held at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center's Davidson Center for Space Exploration, listened on carefully as Alabama Gov. Bob Riley and ADO Director Neal Wade announced that recently retired NASA employee Bruce Anderson would head the office.
Anderson, who brings to the office more than 34 years of government service in the aerospace industry and a wealth of knowledge about often-complex federal procurement processes, will hit the ground running. First up is the National Space Symposium in Denver. He will also attend the Berlin Air Show and will join the Alabama delegation at the Farnborough International Air Show in July.
Congressman Bud Cramer, who recently announced he would not seek re-election to Congress from Alabama's Fifth Congressional District, also spoke at the announcement, praising the state's initiative and thanking Wade for his economic development activities. "I love economic development," Cramer said. "Working with Neal, I've learned a lot. Just enough to be dangerous," Cramer joked.