The Alliance of Independent Trucking Professionals launches new image

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TULSA, Okl. — The Alliance of Independent Trucking Professionals has unveiled a refreshed corporate image and progressive new services along with a broader reach to better serve the entire independent trucking community.

Founded in 2001 by trucking veterans and innovators Jack Milligan, Tom Herrmann, and Kevin Rutherford, the Alliance provides valuable products and services that give owner/operators the savvy and skills necessary to increase and protect their earnings, making their businesses more profitable.

From Journey Points, a weekly satellite radio program, to accounting and financial planning products and services, to group purchasing programs and more, the organization offers a full spectrum of services designed specifically for the needs of the independent trucking professional.

"We continually encourage our clients to broaden their horizons and take initiatives to improve their businesses – we’ve decided to take a bit of our own advice," said Milligan. "We’ve got a fresh, new look that better communicates our mission, and we’ll continue to develop unique programs to better serve independent trucking professionals. We’re proud of the impact these changes will bring to the industry."

Included in the changes are: A more comprehensive Web site, currently under revision at; a new philosophy, helping the independent trucking professional Master the Journey; and a new, one-of-its-kind training program that will earn participants the Certified Master Contractor (CMC) designation a status The Alliance will promote throughout the industry that recognizes graduates with an elite rank of competence and capability.

For more information about the Alliance and its offerings call 1-866-43-TRUCK.

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