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Team Outting: Holiday Cheer Comes to Morgantown

December 16, 2020
Employees at the Morgantown, WV location enjoy a socially distanced holiday celebration.

Last week, Ben Skyles, President & CEO of ProSource360 and Tim Jackson, Project Manager with ProSource360 made a visit to the Morgantown, WV office to close the year out with a social-distance driven, Meet and Greet social luncheon for 30+ employees. During the office visit, Mr. Skyles and Mr. Jackson did a walk-through of the 6,500 square feet of office space. This visit was part of the company’s ongoing mission to show tangible support and care for its employees. Although social-distancing had to be maintained, Mr. Skyles and Mr. Jackson were able to interact with the employees and hear back from them on the successes and challenges the employees encountered during 2020. As part of the company’s appreciation, holiday gifts were given and group photos were taken with the employees.

ProSource360 President & CEO Ben Skyles visits the Morgantown, WV facility.
ProSource360 President & CEO Ben Skyles visits the Morgantown, WV facility.

“This was a great trip,” said Skyles, praising the work that the team has been doing to support Army Medical Logistics. “These folks work hard year round to support the military’s efforts to safeguard the health of our troops, and it’s only appropriate that we take an opportunity to acknowledge them and celebrate their accomplishments.”

Program Manager Tim Jackson acknowledges the hard work of the USAMMDA support team.

The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) is the Department of Defense’s (DOD) center for the development of medical products designed to protect and preserve the lives of troops on the ground. The USAMMDA develops new drugs, vaccines, devices, and medical support equipment that enhance readiness, ensures the provision of the highest quality medical care to the DOD, and maximizes survival of medical casualties on the battlefield. They take promising technology from DOD, industry, and academia to U.S. Forces, from the testing required for U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval or licensing, to fielding and sustainment of the finished product.