Trucking community looks to help others

  • Trucking community looks to help others

    Trucking community looks to help others

    The Worlds Largest Convoy will travel approximately 22 miles in an effort to raise awareness for Special Olympics.

    “The World’s Largest Truck Convoy is a fundraising and awareness event that creates a unique partnership between law enforcement and truckers to raise funds for Special Olympics so athletes can continue to train in year-round sports activities. Officers involved in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics have made the WTLC one of their many annual signature events,”reported the PR Newswire service.

    “Special Olympics has a way of bringing everyone together, setting aside differences and building atmospheres of acceptance,” Tom Reasoner, Assistant Director of the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run, said in the PR Newswire article. “The fact that Special Olympics can bring together law enforcement and truckers is a testament to how the athletes of Special Olympics are a true inspiration.”

    Trucking carriers and truck drivers have a long history with supporting worthy causes and there are many examples of the trucking community coming together to help others in need. There are many annual holiday toy delivery convoys hosted by truck carriers across the country and other important causes, like veteran services, have been addressed through trucking events.

    The commercial truck field can mean having the chance to be a part of an industry that can allow you the freedom of the open road and the chance to see the country. But it also can mean an industry that has looked for ways to help others in need. From Christmas gift delivery programs and programs for returning servicemen and women, the trucking community is one that looks to help others.

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