My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Can women save the trucking industry? Yes. The cost? Safety. A small price to pay.

I'm falling asleep on my feet again. Being our company's mascot isn't easy. There are so many ways BiggSiss can help women. Me, Ma and Sister Joy are working hard to let you know all about us.

I'm undressing and calling it a night but Ma wants to talk to you.

Such a good boy. He certainly does his share to get the word out about BiggSiss. We're so proud of him.
I do want to tell you about a campaign we starting.
Daughter Joy and I come from a long line of law enforcement officers and truck drivers so our objectives are not surprising, though our overall goal is to make a safer environment for women in general.

The lifeblood of our country, the trucking industry, is in serious trouble. The shortage of professional drivers is starting to take it's toll. The need for women truck drivers is critical. Think WWII. Women saved the country then; we can do it again.

An obvious deterrent to women filling these positions, when discussing this grave situation, is of course, "safety." intends to let women know that a safety mechanism is in place and available.

With the partnering of organizational forces BiggSiss can't fail and the atmosphere for women in trucking will change immensely.

The key to a happy and healthy trucking career for women is right around the corner. Take a moment to understand how this will work. Tell those who may be interested in our cause.

Read about what's happening to this great industry and what will happen if we don't do something to save it.

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  1. Very inspirational post,I really enjoy reading your blog.

  2. Thanks so much. So glad you like our "true tales" and community service endeavors.