Thanksgiving Is A Time To Shine A Grateful Spotlight On America’s Truckers

Thanksgiving is a Time to Shine a Grateful Spotlight on America’s Truckers

By Colton Lawrence, President & CEO
Equinox Owner-Operator Solutions

As Thanksgiving arrives, I would like to share a message of deep gratitude and appreciation on behalf of our team at Trucker CFO for the men and women who earn their living as professional drivers. When it comes to giving thanks to the groups of people who make our American way of life possible, professional drivers hold a spot at the top of our team’s list.

Without the miles that truckers cover every day of the year and all the time you spend away from your homes, our country would not have the basics we need every day to survive – not to mention all of the other various items we can so easily take for granted in our homes and offices.

During this season of thanksgiving, please know that every member of our team at the Trucker CFO values the opportunity we have each day to work with the people who we know are the heartbeat of our nation’s supply chain. Part of the way we work to show our gratitude and appreciation for the vital role America’s truckers play is our dedication to helping owner-operators, independent contractors and fleet owners to make the most from their work as entrepreneurs and business owners in trucking.

The holidays are truly a time for counting blessings and reflecting back on those people we have met and helped through the years. As we begin to enter another holiday season and we look toward the coming year, the greatest gift that our team can experience at any time of the year is found during those moments when we are making a difference for our clients.

To America’s professional drivers, thank you for every mile you drive and all the work that you do to make our country shine. May you feel the gratitude of a nation dependent on your never-ending work. May you have continued safe travels in all your journeys, and may you be able to enjoy special moments throughout the year with your family and friends.

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