Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) has recognized 35 organizations and individuals who purchased one or more TMAF-branded wraps for display on their company trailers, signifying a growing enthusiasm within the industry to educate the motoring public on trucking’s essentiality to business and commerce.
“Trucking truly does move America forward, but we need to do a better job of promoting that message,” said Kevin Burch, co-chairman of TMAF, president of Jet Express Inc., and first vice chairman of American Trucking Associations (ATA). “By putting more of TMAF’s bold trailer wraps on the road, we hope to do our part in proudly demonstrating that trucking is the backbone of this country.”
TMAF recognizes the following individuals, companies and organizations: Admiral Transport Corp., American Trucking Associations, Baylor Trucking, Bill Graves, C.B. Wilson Transport and Truck Repair, Carbon Express Inc., Erb Transport Inc., Excargo Services Inc., Fox Valley Technical College, Garner Transportation Group, Georgia Motor Trucking Association, Goggin Warehousing, Horizon Freight Lines Inc., Illinois Trucking Association, John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center, Jet Express Inc., Jung Truck Service, Keller Trucking, Kenan Advantage Group Inc., K-Limited Carrier, Load One, Milwaukee Area Technical College, MTC Truck Driving School, Pinellas Technical College, Pottle’s Transportation, Regency Transportation Inc., Steelman Transportation, Texas Trucking Association, TCW Inc., Titan Transfer Inc., TransLand, U.S. Legal Services, Holland, Waukesha County Technical College and Werner Enterprises Inc.
“Reaching our goal of putting 100 TMAF-branded trailer wraps on the road in one year was a major achievement, and we could not have done it without the generosity and enthusiasm of these trucking companies and individuals,” Burch added. “Each of these moving billboards sends an important message about our industry. And we owe a special thanks to Holland and Load One for putting 20 and 14 trailer wraps, respectively, on the highways.”
TMAF first announced its trailer decal wrap program in July 2015, calling it a major education initiative to inform the motoring public on the trucking industry’s benefits and mission. With seven million trucking professionals working nationwide, the full trailer decal wraps provide an opportunity for the motoring public to learn not only about the industry’s contribution to America’s economy, but how important trucking is to their everyday lives. Each of these “moving billboards” is seen by as many as 16 million people per city. TMAF’s goal is to put another 200 wraps on the road by March 2017.