philanthropy

‘There Is a Cure’ — new song written for breast-cancer-awareness convoy

It's coming up Oct. 16, 2010, following the success of last year's inaugural U.S. event in Texas. At the TravelCenters of America location in Terrell, Texas, on I-20 at exit 503, the Convoy for a Cure for breast cancer will bring together truck drivers for a good cause, keeping alive and spreading the tradition of the initial 2008 convoy of the same name in Ontario, Canada. In advance of the event, reports Texas convoy organizer Cindy Stowe, One Bar Records ...

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Nashville driver reaches out to targets of hate graffiti

This story, published in the Nashville, Tenn.-based daily City Paper, highlights the efforts of a truck driver to represent the best of his community to a group of Somali immigrants and their house of worship. When the Al-Farooq Islamic Center, a community meeting hall and mosque, was tagged with the words "Muslims Go Home" and a cross symbol on Wednesday, Feb. 11, it was a self-described "unemployed truck driver" who showed up first with a can of ...

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Canadian cube van driver’s three Santas

A heartwarming trucking Christmas story, via Canadian news site Canoe.ca.

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