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Bunker Labs Visits Combined Arms

Combined Arms hosted Bunker Labs during an information session for local veteran entrepreneurs, the Houston start-up community and investors.  Anthony DeToto, West Point Graduate and Houston Investor, organized the event as part of a Combined Arms initiative to launch 1836 – a veteran entrepreneurship hub at the Combined Arms Center in Houston. The event was attended by Bunker Labs CEO, Todd Conner, and leadership from Bunker Labs Austin, Jonathan Wojtewicz and Sabrina Marshall-Wojtewicz.

Mr. Conner kicked off the event with a short presentation and Q&A session on Bunker Labs.  Anthony DeToto then led a panel discussion that included Station Houston CEO – John Reale, Luna Strategies CEO – Gina Luna, and General Mark A. Welsh III – Dean of the Bush School of Government & Public Service and former U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff.

Following a surprise appearance by West Point graduate and candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, Paul Mango, the information session concluded with a traditional Bunker Brews event sponsored by Lone Star Veterans Association.  More than 75 veteran entrepreneurs, investors and start-up community leaders attended the combined event.

For more information on Combined Arms, visit www.combinedarms.us.

For more information on Bunker Labs, visit www.bunkerlabs.org.

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