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XPO Logistics Inc. said it will partner with Susan G. Komen, a nonprofit breast cancer organization, in a campaign to raise awareness about the disease. The Connecticut-based firm has added Komen’s pink running ribbon logo to company trucks.
XPO unveiled the truck design Oct. 25, one day before the 2019 Komen Dallas Race for the Cure. XPO said its employees join nearly 850,000 participants worldwide in Race for the Cure events.
We're proud to announce XPO's partnership with @SusanGKomen! We're taking the fight against #BreastCancer on the road by painting the iconic pink ribbon on our trucks, sponsoring year-round races for the cure, and much more. #Pinktober #WeAreXPO | https://t.co/2oS2CHf2ec pic.twitter.com/PBHBlOkOgs— XPO Logistics, Inc. (@XPOLogistics) October 25, 2019
“Thanks to XPO, our message is taking to the roads, giving it a new level of impact,” Susan G. Komen Senior Vice President of Development Christina Alford and XPO said in a joint press release.
XPO Logistics of Greenwich, Conn., operates in 30 countries, with 1,537 locations and approximately 100,000 employees.
XPO ranks No. 1 on the Transport Topics Top 50 list of the largest logistics companies in North America and No. 3 on the Transport Topics 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers. — Transport Topics
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