After our first successful day at the 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting, our second day and third day were even more remarkable.
With our internal theme being “Agility is back in the game and we are open and ready for U.S. government business,” we certainly hit the ground running. The remaining days of AUSA were filled with substantive meetings while the traffic at our booth kept the whole team busy. We juggled schedules, held meetings in multiple locations, and engaged partners and potential customers that were interested in Agility.
Caption: Agility DGS employees discussing strategic opportunities with potential partners at our booth.
On Wednesday, the week wrapped up with the culminating event of AUSA, The Marshall Dinner. The honored guest and Marshall Award recipient was Gary Sinise, also known as Lieutenant Dan from the famous Forrest Gump movie. Accepting the award, Gary Sinise gave a powerful, passionate, and highly patriotic speech about his passion and commitment to the Army and the U.S. military.
Caption: Gary Sinise, moments before receiving the George Marshall Award.
The success of the 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting simply stated that Agility DGS’s reputation is in intact and we are ready to do business.
Special thanks to all those who helped make AUSA a resounding success for Agility DGS.
Army Strong. DGS Strong.
The first day of the 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition at the Washington D.C. Convention Center was a great success for Agility Defense & Government Services. Our internal theme has been: Agility is back in the game and we are open and ready for U.S. government business.
Busy exhibition floor
The news has been very well received by customers and partners. In a way, we are using the AUSA event as our coming out party. Our booth is seeing good traffic and our meeting schedule is full.
Rashad Sinokrot with GCC and John Arnold with Agility DGS
We have two more days to go, and we are confident that the next two days will be as productive as today. We have a great team working AUSA and we are all engaging in the business development effort.
The 2013 Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting is over and the great AUSA team should chalk this one up as another win! with over 28,000 attendees and a well-balanced program, it was all worth attending. There were many highlights, but the star was clearly the Marshall Dinner and Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ acceptance speech. He is a great American. His service to our country would truly resonate with George Marshall.
To see more on the 2013 AUSA Annual Meeting, please visit here.