The JTF summer season has been very busy - 3 states, 5 counties, 1,000 miles, and many events. JTF enjoyed the new customer events at schools, parks, and churches. With school starting soon, we are receiving reservations for the upcoming back to school events.
For the second year, the JTF Leadership Team volunteered to work on the Legends of Pittsburgh cruise. The cruise is annual event in its 5th year. The cruise brings together Pittsburgh fans from all over the country, current, and past players for a 5 day-long tailgate party at Sea.
At JTF, we are looking forward to the new season. We are working hard on new ideas for activities and features which will include a wider age group and new activities to add excitement to the JTF experience. JTF has already booked 3 new customer events and we are looking forward to seeing our returning customers.
JTF is happy to report on the results of 2018. This year marked the second year of the mobile business model. JTF went to this model after funding for a permanent location was slow and unpredictable. Additionally, the mobile business allows JTF to determine where demand is greatest for the permanent location. JTF has refined permanent location possibilities after two years.
JTF has been operating in the area for about 3 years now. The owners, Ronda and Michael, are not originally from the local area. We choose to move to this area after doing our time, living and working in the DC Area for over 10 years. We were both Federal Government Employees who, after family losses, decided our life needed to change.
The owners of a planned sports facility in Grantsville want to give you a chance to be a part of it. Joint Training Facility owners Michael Mc Closkey and Ronda Johnson are working to raise funds for the JTF which would bring sports tourism opportunities to the region.
When Ronda Johnson and Michael McCloskey were dating before marriage, they discovered a shared love for sports and physical fitness. And with both employed by the Department of Defense (DoD) as military and civilian, they also understood the power of a DoD Joint Task Force (JTF) structure to bring together diverse resources to achieve strategic objectives.