Message from CTA:
Are you proud of the extraordinary job truck drivers are doing during this crisis? Are you a member of the public who is grateful that your store shelves are being restocked because truck drivers continue to roll? Don’t be shy – tell them so on your social media platforms. Be sure to use the hashtags #thankatrucker #thankadriver Consider using some of the language below:
Thank you to all the women and men who drive truck and have stepped up to help us get through this crisis, protect Canadians and keep our economy moving.
Throughout history our nation’s truck drivers have been depended on to support the country in our time of need. Once again, they have answered the call.
Like the saying goes, “if you got it, a truck brought it”. Remember those words as you wait for store shelves to be restocked with food, emergency relief supplies as well as vital medical and sanitation products we need to combat the spread of this virus.
As a society we enjoy an unparalleled level of security and certainty because of the sophistication and reliability of our modern supply chain. In large part, it is the professional driver that ultimately makes it happen.
Truck driving is an essential service. Please treat these front-line workers with the upmost respect and dignity they deserve and thank a trucker for the amazing job they are doing during this critical time.
Feel free to download and use the following images on social media:
#THANKATRUCKER UPDATES May 14 2020
— Bison Transport (@Drive4Bison) May 14, 2020
Another great example of the #trucking industry coming together in #Manitoba during #COVID19 Thank You to @TruckingMB members @fgiltd for ensuring our #truckdrivers are safe and fed. Stop at the Esso on hwy #1 in Headingley and say hello!#ThankATrucker pic.twitter.com/XeldxVqMT8
— MB Trucking (@TruckingMB) May 13, 2020
Sending out some quick notes to the truckers and other essential workers that we work with. Everyone loves getting a letter in the mail! ✉️
— NTL Insurance (@NTLInsurance) May 12, 2020
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When truck drivers keep on truckin’, they keep our supply chains going AKA making sure we all have everything we need. We are honoured to support these essential workers by participating in BCTA Meals for Truckers on May 14 and 21 at West Kelowna and Kamloops truck stops. Tag a highway hero who deserves a 👏🏻. . . . . #feedatrucker #ThankATrucker #naturesfare #kamloops #westkelowna
Meals for Truckers strikes again, thanks to Fortis BC! Visit the https://t.co/caY12gqAWX website for locations and details. #feedatrucker #ThankATrucker https://t.co/P8gorozu4g pic.twitter.com/2Mp6AK9UCK
— BCTA (@BCTruckingAssoc) May 12, 2020
Three Michelin plants in Nova Scotia are offering free lunches to long-haul drivers when they leave the company's facilities in May. Thank's Michelin! #ThankATrucker @MichelinCAN @MichelinBiz @APTA_Trucking @THRSC @CanTruck pic.twitter.com/aawiGdxTei
— Steve APTA (@apta_steve) May 13, 2020
— Utility Trailer (@UTMCorporate) May 12, 2020
— Truckers Relief Fund (@truckerfund) May 12, 2020
Throughout the year, truck drivers deliver life's essential items. This challenging time shows how essential truck drivers truly are to our well being. #ThankATrucker #Coronavirus #COVID19 #Trucking pic.twitter.com/IKlVQJkkvA
— ACT1 (@ACT1trucking) May 14, 2020
— Peterbilt Motors Co. (@PeterbiltMotors) May 8, 2020
— Mack Trucks T&T (@MackTrucksTT) May 7, 2020
— Omnitracs (@OmnitracsHQ) May 12, 2020