Stephanie McMahon Voted Onto USO Metropolitan Washington Board Of Directors

Stephanie McMahon was recently voted onto the Board of Directors for the USO Metropolitan Washington.

The USO of Metropolitan Washington is a non-profit charity that is dedicated to serving those who serve and their families in Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland. You can visit their website at www.usometro.org/.

WWE issued the following press release on their corporate website:

STAMFORD, CT, December 22, 2011 – Stephanie McMahon, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Creative, was recently voted onto the Board of Directors for the USO Metropolitan Washington. WWE has a long history of supporting our men and women in the armed forces, so it is an honor for WWE to join the efforts of the USO Metropolitan Washington and support their important mission to serve those who serve and their families. In 2004, the USO Metropolitan Washington presented WWE with the first ever “Legacy of Hope” award for the company’s extensive support of our troops and the USO’s Operation Care Package Program. Additionally, WWE Superstars and Divas regularly visit military bases and hospitals, including Bethesda Naval Hospital and previously Walter Reed Army Medical Center, to bolster the morale of our troops.

Since 2003, WWE has produced its annual, holiday special “Tribute to the Troops” at military bases in Iraq, Afghanistan and the United States. WWE is also a proud supporter of the National Guard’s Youth ChalleNGe Program, which assists underprivileged youth obtain their GED or competency in a technical trade. WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston serves as a spokesperson for the Youth ChalleNGe Program.

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  • Krim

    Big dady v!

  • The Breaker

    Whoever is moderating the comments should block the "Big Dady V" post that comes up on nearly every story.

    • Tyll

      Wwe needs big dady v

  • Ernest Bethea

    Now for a more sensible comment…

    I think that this may be a good thing for WWE because of the annual Tribute to the Troops. I, being a former soldier myself, can appreciate that.