Insignia Technology Services Announces Sponsorship of the National Disabled Veteran (DAV) Winter Sports Clinic.

Newport News, VA., December 11, 2018– Insignia Technology Services, LLC, a provider of information technology solutions and services to our Federal and Commercial customers is excited to announce the sponsorship of the National Disabled Veteran (DAV) Winter Sports Clinic March 31-April 5, 2019.

About the Clinic:

The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic is the world leader in rehabilitation. Participating Veterans experience “Miracles on a Mountainside” as they are provided with training in adaptive Alpine and Nordic skiing, sled hockey, scuba diving, rock wall climbing and a number of other adaptive activities, sports and education.
The clinic, which began in 1987 with 90 participants, has grown to assist nearly 400 profoundly disabled Veterans. Veterans with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, orthopedic amputations, visual impairments, certain neurological conditions and other disabilities are empowered to challenge perceived limitations by participating in adaptive sports that improve their overall health and outlook. World-class instructors help Veterans achieve their maximum potential based on their unique capabilities. Along the way, it’s introduced dozens of Veterans to future glory as Paralympic athletes.
The five-day event is sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and DAV (Disabled American Veterans), with financial assistance from corporate sponsors and individual donors.
Held in Snowmass (near Aspen), Colorado, participants experience:
• Alpine and Nordic Skiing
• Cross Country Skiing
• Sled Hockey
• Scuba Diving
• Rock Wall Climbing
• Fly Fishing
• Curling
• Snowmobiling
• Archery

Insignia Technology Services, LLC

Insignia Technology Services, LLC is a leading provider of information technology solutions and services to our Federal and Commercial customers. We specialize in full Systems Development Life Cycle support of complex, Enterprise-class IT systems running in mission-critical, high-availability environments.

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