American Trucking Associations is showing its appreciation for professional drivers in several ways this week.
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.
Drivers for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits will be treated to a slew of festivities and prizes this week.
Bendix has taken National Truck Driver Appreciation Week as a reminder that even as technologies evolve, drivers continue to be crucial.
Direct ChassisLink Inc. has planned a variety of activities at its field offices throughout this week, including distributing meals, snacks and thank-you gifts.
Trucking Moves America Forward has launched an advertising and digital campaign to thank professional drivers and educate the public about their importance.
The White House praised the nation’s approximately 3.5 million truck drivers in a presidential message Sept. 9, continuing the Trump administration’s trucker-friendly message.
Pilot Flying J awarded cash prizes to winners of an annual contest and also partnered with American Trucking Associations on an outreach campaign in recognition of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week.