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Evans & Chambers Technology Reunites at the Ballpark!

By Alice Swan

On September 19th, Evans & Chambers (EC)  leadership was thrilled to host more than forty staff members at Nationals Ballpark to demonstrate EC’s gratitude and appreciation for the dedication and commitment the EC staff offers everyday.  After many months of COVID-related restrictions, many familiar faces and some new ones came together in a left field luxury sky box to relax and enjoy a fantastic buffet of food and drink. The weather was beautiful and the ballpark lively as the Nationals beat the Rockies for a late season victory.  The gathering was punctuated by boisterous cheering for the home team by the EC staff. 

“It’s wonderful to meet so many teammates in person after only seeing them in virtual meeting spaces over the past several months,” said David Carroll, EC’s channel sales manager.  “I can’t imagine a better place to watch a baseball game.  It’s great to know the EC leadership team truly recognizes the hard work we do everyday,” Carroll continued while enjoying a plate of wings and lounging in an outside seat in the sky box.  

Evans and Chambers team reunites at the ballpark

Jamil Evans, President of EC, said, “I’m so proud of this group. They are such a dedicated and smart team that continually delivers at a high level for our clients. Their efforts have been the backbone of our recent growth and development as leading cloud and software developers in the DC – NoVA region.”  Evans added, “We are planning more social events like this as health restrictions loosen so we can further extend our commitment to supporting our clients and staff at a high level.  Connecting with our team in a relaxed atmosphere has been a cornerstone of our success. I genuinely look forward to these events because of the quality people we have on our team.”   

Despite the trying circumstances the team has encountered due to pandemic-related work environment restrictions, EC has continued to thrive and remain leaders in DC’s software development community. 

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