The Trucker: Women of Trucking: Renee Amar discovers rewarding role as industry advocate

In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) recognizes the growing number of women who are supporting the trucking industry and working to keep America moving forward.

After a career in policy and public affairs, which included jobs working for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry and the National Federation of Independent Business, Renee Amar joined the Louisiana Motor Transport Association (LMTA) in November 2020, serving as the organization’s executive director. Read more.

You can read the other stories of TMAF’s Women of Trucking through The Trucker series on their website.

The Trucker: Modern-day successes: Drivers’ achievements recognized by Trucking Moves America Forward during Black History Month

During Black History Month, TMAF is recognizing the achievements of truck drivers and trucking professionals for their modern-day successes in the trucking industry.

Ericka Rountree and Herbert Holmes, both drivers with Dayton, Ohio-based MTS, are recognized as this year’s Black History Month Leaders who are helping to move America forward every day.

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Transport Topics: Industry Professionals Recognized for Black History Month

Trucking Moves America Forward recognized eight industry professionals as Black History Month Leaders. They personify excellence in trucking and are being featured for their contributions to the industry. Read More.

The Trucker: Black History Month leaders: Driver Herbert Holmes believes in giving 110% to his career

During Black History Month, Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) is recognizing the achievements of professional truck drivers for their modern-day successes in the trucking industry. Herbert Holmes, a driver for Dayton, Ohio-based MTS, is recognized as one of this year’s Black History Month Leaders who are helping to move America forward every day.

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The Trucker: Black History Month leaders: Driver Ericka Rountree finds peace on the open road

During Black History Month, Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) is recognizing the achievements of professional truck drivers for their modern-day successes in the trucking industry. Ericka Rountree a driver for Dayton, Ohio-based MTS, is recognized as one of this year’s Black History Month Leaders who are helping to move America forward every day.

The Trucker: Charitable Works: Trucking organizations continue to give back during year of unprecedented challenges

Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF), an industry-wide education and image movement, shared stories of the unique ways that the trucking industry has continued to give back to their communities over the holiday season. Trucking companies and organizations submitted their stories of charitable works to TMAF after a call for submissions through email and social media.

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Fox News: A cross-county trip with the Capitol Christmas Tree

Truck driver Theron Schmalzried joins ‘The Daily Briefing’ to discuss the journey of a lifetime

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The Hill: Capitol Christmas tree completes its journey to DC

The Capitol Christmas tree, which arrived in Washington, D.C., on Friday, is not the first selected from the state of Colorado, but its journey was a “once in a lifetime” experience for professional truck driver Theron Schmalzried.

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FoxNews.com: Truck Driver Theron Schmalzried: Delivery of a lifetime – driving Capitol Christmas tree from Colo. to DC

The opportunity to deliver the Capitol Christmas Tree, from Colorado to the lawn of the U.S. Capitol, is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

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NBC Denver: Capitol Christmas tree makes stop in Denver before heading out for Washington D.C.

On the back of a hundred-foot truck, Christmas is delivered from Colorado to Washington.

In a city with a lot to see, perhaps the biggest attraction on a Saturday afternoon was the Capitol Christmas tree that stopped in Denver in the middle of its cross-country road trip.

“Very excited to see the big Christmas tree,” said Kinley Bussard, a 10-year-old who stopped by the Bass Pro Shop in Denver to see the tree. “I’ve never seen anything like it.”

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