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Category Archives: Social Media

Women trucker self defense course confronts attacks against women

Feb
20,
2017
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Social Trucking Group to Engage Taekwondo on the High Seas United States Taekwondo Directory FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Jan. 10, 2017 – PRLog — The Real Women in Trucking Organization, a 501 (c) 6 trade association, will host a two … Continue reading

Trucker Advocacy Video Contest Winners

Sep
12,
2016
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Starting in March 2016,Trucking Social Media (TSM) conducted a Truck Driver Video Advocacy Campaign, inviting all truckers to submit their video on the TSM. Videos were categorized in the Video Contest Category of TSM and were then shared through Social … Continue reading

REAL Women in Trucking, Inc. to Host Inaugural Lady Truck Driver Conference Cruise

Aug
16,
2016
0

PRESS RELEASE for immediate release MEDIA CONTACT: Kristine M. Gobbo 561-463-0777, Kristine@spectrum-pr.com   REAL Women in Trucking, Inc. to Host Inaugural Lady Truck Driver Conference Cruise   LAKE WORTH, Fla. (August 16, 2016) – REAL Women in Trucking, Inc. (RWIT) … Continue reading

Trucker Issues Circulate via Video and Social Media

Mar
28,
2016
1

Announcement for All drivers who want their voices heard about the topics concerning them within the trucking Industry. WATCH and SCORE CONTEST VIDEOS We want to invite you to be a part of a unique Video Advocacy campaign using Social … Continue reading

ATA urges TIC to include provision in AIRR Act keeping trucker wages low

Feb
10,
2016
9

There they go again! It seems large motor carriers will do just about anything not to be accountable for paying significantly low truck driver wages,  then taking measures to assure these low wages can not be overruled! All this, while … Continue reading

Truckers have questions for 2016 Presidential Candidates

Jan
31,
2016
1

“If you could ask one question to the 2016 Presidential Candidates concerning the future of the trucking industry and your career as a professional driver what would it be? Continue reading

Information and Resource Hub now available for Trucking

May
17,
2015
1

We are at an age of information overload, we’ve been there for awhile, and it’s getting even greater.  With that said, is it really overload or is it information disorder, leading to confusion? Let’s face it, we can pretty much … Continue reading

Pride and Polish Truck Show adds “Everyday Truck Drivers” Category

Apr
14,
2015
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Many truckers are familiar with the 75 Chrome Shop located in Wildwood, Florida. Established in 1990, the shop has grown into much more than the name implies. Their 17th Annual Truck Show will be a three-day event scheduled for April … Continue reading

Driver health info and support for concerned truckers

Mar
4,
2015
1

As part of our concern for the growing concern of improving health within the trucking industry, AskTheTrucker will be continuing a series of health shows on AskTheTrucker “Live’. We have also aligned ourselves with many within the industry who are … Continue reading

Truck driver retention and the generation gap

Feb
22,
2015
13

Although nobody will dispute the role that the deregulation of the trucking industry in 1980 had on the truck driver retention problem, the fact remains that the industry itself remains as a major player in its continuance. As far back … Continue reading

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