Total Quality Logistics contest looks to make trucker’s dreams come true

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CINCINNATI, Ohio — Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is looking to make the dreams of one lucky truck driver come true with the launch of its Drivers Dreams program.

Drivers can submit any dream, wish, or need they have via for the chance to win $10,000 towards granting their wish.

“It might be a dream to take a long overdue family vacation. It might be a wish to go back to school. It might be assistance in paying bills. Any dream is acceptable,” Drivers Dreams officials said in a release.

Dream submissions are being accepted between now and 11:59 p.m. EST Sept. 12. On Sept. 16, the 10 most compelling dreams – as selected by a team of TQL employees – will be posted online. Visitors to the site can vote for the wishes they feel are most worthy. The winning dream with the most votes will be announced Sept. 25.

Additionally, for every dream submitted and every vote cast on the Web site, TQL will donate $1 to the St. Christopher Truckers Development & Relief Fund (SCF), a charity focused on assisting truck drivers and their families. TQL officials say the company will donate up to $25,000 to SCF.

“This is a perfect partnership for us,” said Jo Wehage, marketing director for TQL. “Building strong relationships with our drivers is extremely important to us. We are excited to help the St. Christopher Fund expand their reach and help more men, women, and families who need assistance because of medical issues, which are often brought on by the difficult, but critical job of driving a truck.”

“We are so excited that TQL has chosen the SCF to partner with. With great companies like TQL, we are destined to continue making a difference in the driving community,” said Donna Kennedy, Ph.D., executive director of the SCF. “There are so many drivers and their families out there whose medical problems have caused financial strain; we are encouraged that more of them will learn about our organization through the Drivers Dreams program and our partnership with TQL.”

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