6 Weeks Till National Truck Driver Appreciation Week
It is no news when we say that truck drivers make almost every aspect of our daily life possible by transporting the goods and resources we all need.
The National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is a significant moment for the United States to show respect and gratitude to all professional truck drivers for their hard work and commitment in performing one of the most demanding and important jobs in our economy.
These 3.5 million professionals deliver our products safely and on time, while also ensuring our roads’ safety.
This year's National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is September 12-18, 2021. Considering the key role that truck drivers play during the COVID19 pandemic, it has special significance now more than ever. More than 4,000 Americans in all fifty states have taken extraordinary measures to express their gratitude to professional truck drivers for the important work they have done as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic. From the kids delivering lunch to the "I Heart Truck" sign on American highways, the public has realized how important the role of the truck drivers is in their lives.
On the following link you can find more details about events taking place during the Appreciation Week.
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