Advantage Truck Group delivers meals, fights hunger
Advantage Truck Group’s seventh annual event creates a community of giving within the trucking industry, helping to feed almost 16,000 people in Central Massachusetts.
Tomorrow – Dec. 18 – Trucking Association of Massachusetts member Advantage Truck Group (ATG) will lead the delivery of 3,000 fresh meals to six food pantry organizations in Central Massachusetts. It’s part of the company’s annual Haulin’ 4 Hunger program to help address hunger and food insecurity in the region.
The Haulin’ 4 Hunger team of ATG employees and industry sponsors (including TAM members) will lead a caravan of trucks and vans and hand-deliver fresh meals of hams and turkeys, along with assorted fixings, to organizations offering food pantries and other services to those in need. Read more about this effort at the Truck Parts & Service website.
Shrewsbury, MA (December 2019) —Advantage Truck Group (ATG), the largest Daimler Trucks North America dealer network in New England, is leading its annual Haulin’ 4 Hunger volunteer event to help combat hunger, an initiative launched in 2012 that has now provided nearly 16,000 fresh meals to Central Massachusetts residents who lack consistent access to enough food.
In Massachusetts, 1 in 11 people struggle with hunger. Through Haulin’ 4 Hunger, ATG is bringing together a team of employees and business sponsors (many of whom are owner-operator companies) to lead the delivery of nearly 3,000 fresh meals to six food pantry organizations.
“We believe it’s important for our company to make a difference in the communities where we live and work. Rather than gifting customers with a holiday basket, we decided to create a program – with the support of our customers – to give their gift to others,” said Kevin G. Holmes, President and CEO of ATG. “This simple idea has resulted in seven years of giving, and with the help of our customers, employees and sponsors we have been able to expand our reach and increase the number of fresh meals we provide to those in need.”
Read the full article at Truck Parts & Service online.