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RoadPro Says THANK YOU to Truckers During National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

| September 9, 2019

RoadPro team will be visiting local travel centers in central Pennsylvania handing out prizes and thanking drivers

RoadPro Family of Brands plans to THANK drivers during next week’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week September 8 -14 with several initiatives geared specifically to the professional truck driver.

The RoadPro team will be visiting local travel centers in central Pennsylvania handing out prizes and thanking drivers for delivering the goods that America uses each day. In addition, RoadPro will also support national events with product donations and giveaways conducted by organizations such as Swift Transportation, Trinity Logistics and St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund.

RoadPro’s Facebook page will host several campaigns that will give their 300,000 plus followers an opportunity to create their own Thank You card and share it. There will also be live posts throughout the week from trucker appreciation events and visits. Members of RoadPro’s Brake Time community, created specifically for the professional driver, will also be rewarded with $10 worth of RoadPro Rewards points and a special gift via mail. If Brake Time members complete the You’re Appreciated Mission, they will also be able to score additional points.

“We know that the 3.5 million professional drivers throughout the country work hard for us every day” commented Chuck White, VP of Brand and Marketing, “And without them we would not have stocked shelves, comfortable homes and all the other things we tend to take for granted.“ he continued, “We want to say THANK YOU not only during this week, but and all year long for their commitment and dedication to moving America forward.”

For more information on RoadPro’s events and new driver-driven Brake Time community visit www.braketime.com or RoadPro’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RoadProBrand

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