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USAA Launches An Initiative To Underwrite 50% of Geekdom Membership Fees For Military Veterans, Active Duty Military, and Military Spouses

12 January 2017 by

USAA launched an initiative that will underwrite 50% of Geekdom membership fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members of the downtown coworking space.

“The agreement we now have with Geekdom makes sense not only from the emerging tech perspective but as a means to best support veterans with their entrepreneurship and startups in the tech sector,” Tim Brown, vice president of IT innovation research and development at USAA, told the Rivard Report. “There may even (be) an opportunity for USAA to partner with some of them in the future.”

Those interested in a Geekdom membership can sign up online via MilTribe, which then verifies the potential member’s military status quickly before reconnecting the applicant back to Geekdom to complete the process.

USAA has committed $60,000 for military member fees at Geekdom.

Read More about This Partnership on The Rivard Report.

About Geekdom: Like a Gym Membership for Geeks: Our mission is to provide an inspiring environment for bright minds to explore ideas in entrepreneurship, technology, leadership, and creativity, develop talents, and connect to a community of like-minded people. Geekdom has locations in San Antonio & San Francisco and was founded by Graham Weston the Chairman of Rackspace Hosting & Nicholas Longo the Founder of CoffeeCup Software.

Group tours are provided Monday-Friday at 12:00pm and 4:00pm, or by appointment only. Visit http://geekdom.com/san-antonio/contact to schedule a tour.


No contracts, no deposits, no lease agreements. Just simple, month-to-month membership plans.

  • 40,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Dedicated Desks & Offices
  • Free Wi-Fi (of course)
  • Free Rosella Coffee


$25 / MO

  • Discounted monthly Community
  • Membership for active
  • US military, veterans,
  • and spouses.
  • Sponsored by USAA
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