The American Trucking Associations today, July 20, launched its 2007 National Truck Driver Appreciation Week campaign, aimed at celebrating the men and women delivering goods across our nation. An annual national event, NTDAW takes place this year Aug. 26 – Sept. 1.
“National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is about letting our professional drivers know they are valued,” says Tim Lynch, ATA senior vice president. “ATA is proud to provide a way for companies, suppliers and customers to show their appreciation to these hard-working and dedicated drivers, and to let the American people know how important truck drivers are for our country.”
Motor carriers, state trucking associations and trucking industry manufacturers and suppliers can order items to give drivers during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. NTDAW items include T-shirts, lapel pins, baseball caps, truck chip bag clips, travel mugs, LED mini-lights, multipurpose tools, air fresheners and toothbrush holders, all with the 2007 National Truck Driver Appreciation Week logo. In addition, 2007 NTDAW banners are available to fly at terminals, company offices and truck stops.
To view the 2007 NTDAW products, click here.