Tuesday, September 13, 2016
We’re asking Teamster truck drivers to send in photos of you and your truck! You can message our Facebook inbox or post to our timeline with your photo at www.facebook.com/Teamsters. Don't forget to tell us what company and Teamster local you’re with.
Later this week we’ll share all your photos in a gallery on the website and on our Facebook timeline.
To all of you who keep our business moving forward, thank you! Share your positive story about a YRC Freight employee here http://yrcfreight.com/employeestories
Events are planned throughout the week at 245 terminals across North America
ABF Freight is celebrating National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, September 11-17, 2016, with employee appreciation events at our 245 terminals.
“I want to extend my personal appreciation and thanks to all ABF Freight employees who serve our customers with excellence and integrity,” said ABF Freight President Tim Thorne. “At this special time, we are proud to show our appreciation with events designed to honor our employees. Our leadership team will be attending these events and will have the opportunity to meet and personally thank employees for their continued service.”
ABF Freight also recognizes employees throughout the year through safe driving certificates, plaques and other awards. Through training and recognition programs, ABF Freight supports our employees as they promote safety and increase public appreciation of the trucking industry in everything they do to serve our customers.
Established by the American Trucking Associations, National Truck Driver Appreciation Week has been a tradition since 1988.
“Truck drivers provide one of the most important services to this country — the timely delivery of critical goods — and the American people demand more and more from these hard working men and women each day,” said ATA President and CEO Chris Spear. “As an industry, we want to recognize and thank drivers for the work they do and for making safety a priority.”
Spear said the ATA urges everyone to take the time to honor all professional truck drivers for their hard work and commitment in tackling one of our economy's most demanding and important jobs. “These 3.5 million professional men and women not only deliver our goods safely, securely and on time, they also keep our highways safe,” he said.