VAUGHAN, Ont. — Totalline Transport has been recognized for its charity work and marketing savvy by the City of Vaughan and the Transportation Sales and Marketing Association (TMSA).
The Ontario-based carrier was awarded the Mayor’s Corporate Citizen Award for its active involvement in the Vaughan community. The award was presented Apr. 5 at the Venetian Banquet Hall in Vaughan.
Meanwhile, on the marketing side, the TMSA presented Totalline with a first place award for its 2006 corporate calendar.
“We are proud and honoured to receive both of these awards” says Uwe Petroschke, president and CEO of Totalline Transport. “The TSMA award emphasizes our position as a pioneer of innovative marketing solutions and leader in this industry. Being recognized as Vaughan’s Corporate Citizen of the Year highlights our extensive charity work. The award will be dedicated to the people here at Totalline who put so much effort into helping others and being actively involved in all of Totalline’s charitable activities. On behalf of our whole team, I would like to thank our Mayor Michael DiBiase for the Corporate Citizen Award.”
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