Quester Cares Summer Update

Quester makes a splash at the 2017 Camp Sunnyside Regatta

Quester staff members Eric Henderson and Luuk Dekkers teamed up July 21 to represent Quester at the 2017 Camp Sunnyside Regatta in Des Moines. The duo enthusiastically paddled through 100-degree temperatures placing Quester one notch higher than in 2016.

This year’s regatta raised more than $520,000 to support Easter Seals Iowa and its camp facilities for the disabled. This is Quester’s second year of sponsorship.

Quester owner Robert “Lewy” Lewis was a counselor at the camp in the 1970s following surgery that left him with some physical limitations. The experience gave him a new perspective and deeper appreciation for services that provide a respite for parents as well as an opportunity for people with disabilities to spend time with others facing similar challenges.

Because Quester cares, vets take flight in a B-17 bomber

A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Bomber dubbed “Madras Maiden” (formerly known as “Chuckie”) made a stop in Des Moines in July as part of Liberty Foundation’s “salute to veterans” tour. The aircraft, built in 1944 had never toured or been available to the public for flight experiences.
Quester sponsored three 45-minute flight experiences for deserving local veterans as part of the Quester Cares community program. See the full story here.

About Quester Cares

Community outreach is baked into the Quester culture. Under the umbrella Quester Cares, we routinely support non-profits and other organizations that do amazing work but are short on resources. Quester Cares whose motto reads — “serving the greater good by helping those who do the greatest good” — also provides opportunities for deserving organizations to utilize our innovative technology to communicate their message more effectively without having to spend precious time and resources.

For more information email us at info@quester.com.


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