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Wreaths Across America: An Honor And A Duty

Posted on: February 5th, 2014 by Brad Bentley No Comments

Pottle’s Transportation driver Bob Sousa shows respect through Wreaths Across America program  “It is so important to get respect for what you do and at the same time give it.” – Estelle Parsons As an Army veteran with 22 years of active service, Bob Sousa understands respect. Unfortunately, when Sousa started his military career in […]

C.R. England Continues to Hire Veterans

Posted on: December 6th, 2013 by Josh Grammer No Comments

C.R. England continues to hire military veterans in their company. As of now, C.R. England has around 2,000 veterans driving for their company. Is this coincidental? Not at all. The company is making efforts to seek veterans and offers a $3,000 tuition for any of its 5 truck driving schools. This gives veterans, who otherwise could […]

A Wreath Tribute Worthy Of Thanks

Posted on: November 28th, 2013 by Brad Bentley 1 Comment

This is the time of year when Americans reflect on the things for which they are most thankful. Earlier this week, I was reminded of how thankful our country should be to have people with purpose like Morrill and Karen Worcester, founders of Worcester Wreath Company, who began the non-profit group Wreaths Across America in 2007 with the goal of honoring military veterans by placing wreaths at the grave sites of fallen soldiers.

The Almost Ride for the Constitution

Posted on: October 14th, 2013 by Gary Bricken No Comments

The much hyped truckers Ride for the Constitution was not exactly a roaring success when measured against its stated goals. The President was not impeached, no Congressmen were arrested for not upholding the Constitution, the beltway around Washington D.C. was not blocked by legions of trucks running 3 abreast, the price of diesel fuel did […]

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