We’ve recently published the Q3 Fall 2017 edition of Tennessee Trucking News for Tennessee Trucking Association and are thrilled to share it with you here! Editorial content covers congestion, distracted driving, TTA’s Road Team, a member spotlight on Mr. Jim Biggs of Advanced Ergonomics and coverage of TTA’s Annual Convention held last month. Happy viewing!
Here’s a treat for you: It’s a sneak peek at the newest cover of Nebraska Trucker! Magazine to hit the streets on Nov. 2, so watch for yours to arrive very soon! (And check back here for the digital edition early next week.)
Here’s the newest edition of MMTA’s statewide magazine, Behind the Wheel, which may be found at the link below.
Maryland’s own PITT OHIO driver, Michael Miltenberger, took home the national championship. Congratulations on an outstanding performance, Michael!
Our editorial coverage doesn’t stop there. You’ll find indepth analysis of Maryland’s potential legislation of mandatory sick leave, the struggle for carriers to find affordable insurance, and the implications of legalized marijuana on moving our nation’s freight inside. It’s another amazing edition that you won’t want to miss!
Now THIS is a cover and center spread worthy of great accolades and awards! Thank you to Clay Cook for his amazing photography, and to both Steve Brawner and Renee Miller for their ability to tell a tale and tell it well. This newest edition of Tennessee Trucking News is sure to please from the cover profile on Rep. Pat Marsh (R-Tenn.) to our member spotlight on Scott Schumpert of Carr, Riggs & Ingram to issues analysis pieces on parking and ELDs to where Tennessee Trucking Association’s Road Team has been recently… Happy Reading!
Please enjoy the digital version of our newest edition of Nebraska Trucker–Nebraska Trucking Association’s official statewide magazine dedicated to trucking and transportation executives.
This is another spectacular project brought to you by our incredible team of professionals–Doug Benjamin, Waynette Traub, Steve Brawner, Derek Rayment, Renee Miller, Kaylie Sirek, and of course Sheila O’Connor and Larry Johnson.
On behalf of our more than 6,600 readers across Nebraska and beyond, thank you for all that you do to make this publication a tremendous success!!
–Your MPG Team