The term “essential” came into sharp focus during the pandemic, ATA President Chris Spear notes. The urgency of the moment forced Americans to recognize the many hands at work that keep our society going. There was an outpouring of gratitude for our nation’s truck drivers, rightfully so, as they persevered through adversity to keep stores stocked and hospitals supplied.
Truck drivers are key to ensuring the country’s economic prosperity and maintaining safety along the highways, said top officials at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Check out the many ways that truckers were shown appreciation during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. Social media posts and photo gallery.September 12, 2021
The trucking industry celebrated the people who have kept the wheels turning in this unprecedented year during 2020 National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, which ran Sept. 13-19 and was notable for the variety of ways drivers were recognized amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Truck Driver Appreciation Week for 2020 is upon us! Fleets and others in the industry are rolling out the red carpet Sept. 13-19 to show truck drivers appreciation for all they do. Here's a roundup of some of that recognition.September 13, 2020
As Hurricane Florence loomed off the East Coast during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao expressed gratitude to the truck drivers who would be braving adverse road and weather conditions to deliver their loads.September 11, 2018
Drivers for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits will be treated to a slew of festivities and prizes this week.September 11, 2018