Team Rocket rides again

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This past Saturday, the Rocket cycling team took part in the Rodman Ride for Kids, an annual 25, 50, and 100-mile noncompetitive cycling tour that helps raise money for youth-focused social-service organizations that support at-risk children in Massachusetts.

This is the 25th anniversary of the Rodman Ride, which provides beautiful symmetry for Rocket’s 25th anniversary! Team Rocket rode to raise money for Boston Medical Center and for Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, organizations that my wife Mariann and I are actively involved with.

It was the perfect day for a ride; the weather was beautiful, and the course was both challenging and fun. Most of the team participated in the 50-mile ride, and one team member even finished third in the 100-mile ride!

Everyone who rode had a great time, and it’s always a great day when you can enjoy the great outdoors and support some great causes at the same time. And even though it’s a year away, we’re all excited about 2016—our plan is to triple the number of Rocketeers taking part.

Thanks to everyone who took part. If you want to be part of the Rocket team next year, let me know and we’ll make sure to keep you updated.Rocket Software Cycling team

Rocket Software Cycling Team 2

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Andy Youniss
Andy Youniss co-founded Rocket Software in 1990 and continues to be the company's main driving force. Andy successfully established and actively manages Rocket's largest OEM partnerships and is guiding the company's growth through technology investments, acquisitions, new product lines, and strategic partnerships. Prior to founding Rocket Software, Andy was the development manager for DB View Inc., a software company specializing in DB2 database tools. Previously, he was a programmer/analyst at American Management Systems, and was also a project development consultant. Andy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.

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