Oak Grove Technologies Sponsors 1st Legally Sanctioned Mixed Martial Arts Fight In North Carolina

Monday, April 14th, 2008

Fayetteville, NC - Oak Grove Technologies was a leading sponsor of CQC (Close Quarters Combat) in the Cage at the Crown Arena on April 12.  This was the first legally sanctioned Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) held in North Carolina. Oak Grove Representatives were on site at the event to provide information to the many soldiers that were in attendance from Fort Bragg.

Proceeds of the event went to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, which helps to pay for the college education of children of Special Operations soldiers who are killed in the line of duty.

President and CEO of Oak Grove, Mark Gross, strongly believes in contributing to events that support our military communities. “Our military men and women have made choices to sacrifice their lives for our freedom. Oak Grove continues to strive to give back to our Nation’s heroes and support events held for such an important cause.”

About Oak Grove

Throughout the Armed Forces, across federal government agencies, in Law Enforcement, healthcare and beyond our expert staff is delivering results-oriented solutions that are changing the way people live and work for the better.

Our full suite of instructional services includes tactical field training and web-based and mobile learning solutions to prepare teams to successfully execute any mission. We specialize in language, regional expertise, and culture services, and develop truly immersive cultural environments and training programs. We deliver expert intelligence services to support the warfighter, and empower people and their message through strategic communications and information technology services.

Oak Grove mentors owners of veteran small businesses and sponsors special events that honor and aid our veteran community. Additionally, over 75% of our employees have served in the military. Our Service Continues...