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Honoring truck driver heroes and our country’s fallen

Country recording artist Lindsay Lawler performs at the close of PeopleNet’s 2015 User Conference in Phoenix. (Image by Aaron Marsh) Call it a soft area for those who keep America going strong. At a performance Wednesday night, Aug. 26, country recording artist and songwriter Lindsay Lawler advised fleet owners to nominate truck motorist heroes for a program that recognizes them and support an occasion that honors our country’s heroes who have actually made the ultimate sacrifice. She and her band carried out at a dinner that finished up PeopleNet’s 2015 User Conference in Phoenix recently. Having actually carried out in locations ranging from Nashville, TN, to the united state Capitol’s Christmas tree lighting to truck stops throughout the country, Lawler has been closely included with the trucking community. She’s the spokesman for the Truckload Carriers Assn.’s Freeway Angel program, which recognizes expert truck motorists “for the unusual kindness, courtesy and nerve they’ve revealed others while on the job.” Lawler stated in meeting motorists, “we hear everything from changing a tire to providing a baby to saving a life —– things that we believe are the standard, not the exception to the guideline. “They’re amazing males and females, and we get to hear their stories every day out on the road,” she added. “It’s a great program. For motorists that you understand or work with at your companies, I encourage you to inspect it out.” She and the band played their song Highway Angel as well (see below). From her new album “2 Peaches 6 Cookies,” Lawler likewise played One Mile at a Time, a song about moving on after loss that’s devoted to Wreaths Across America. Among other occasions, Wreaths Across America honors soldiers who have actually died in the nation’s conflicts and other veterans at a yearly event laying wreaths at the graves in Arlington National Cemetery. “If you have not gotten an opportunity to go to Arlington in December f.
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Retired Marine drives Crete Provider Patriot Fleet rig

Nearly 2 months earlier, Hamburger, a retired Marine, received a new truck from the company’s Patriot Fleet. The fleet represents “veterans that have …
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