Message from CTA:
Are you proud of the extraordinary job truck drivers are doing during this crisis? Are you a member of the public who is grateful that your store shelves are being restocked because truck drivers continue to roll? Don’t be shy – tell them so on your social media platforms. Be sure to use the hashtags #thankatrucker #thankadriver Consider using some of the language below:
Thank you to all the women and men who drive truck and have stepped up to help us get through this crisis, protect Canadians and keep our economy moving.
Throughout history our nation’s truck drivers have been depended on to support the country in our time of need. Once again, they have answered the call.
Like the saying goes, “if you got it, a truck brought it”. Remember those words as you wait for store shelves to be restocked with food, emergency relief supplies as well as vital medical and sanitation products we need to combat the spread of this virus.
As a society we enjoy an unparalleled level of security and certainty because of the sophistication and reliability of our modern supply chain. In large part, it is the professional driver that ultimately makes it happen.
Truck driving is an essential service. Please treat these front-line workers with the upmost respect and dignity they deserve and thank a trucker for the amazing job they are doing during this critical time.
Feel free to download and use the following images on social media:
#THANKATRUCKER UPDATES May 22, 2020
— CTA (@CanTruck) May 22, 2020
— WTFC (@WTFC7) May 15, 2020
Trucking can be hard work, but we know #truckers love their jobs. Utility Trailer continuously strives to build the world’s best trailers so truckers can continue providing the nation with what it needs. #ThankATrucker pic.twitter.com/YcgfMOjD9q
— Utility Trailer (@UTMCorporate) May 19, 2020
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#Repost @uptimetruckandfleet with @make_repost ・・・ It’s been a really fun experience connecting long distance via social media with both friends as family as well as many new faces. I have some new trucker friends on Instagram and it’s awesome to see their adventures via their posts. Keep sharing! We’re all in this together! #keeptruckingon #rsiinsurancebrokers #seeatrucksendatruck #coronakindness #longdistancefriendship #thankatrucker #truckers
— Sask Trucking Association (@sasktrucking) May 21, 2020
— Westcan (@westcan_bulk) May 22, 2020
📸 Noel L. pic.twitter.com/HcBssGQxH8
— Q-Line Trucking (@QLineTrucking) May 20, 2020
— Tony Stewart Racing (@TonyStewart_Rcg) May 22, 2020
— Keep Alberta Rolling 💙🎥 (@KeepABRolling) May 20, 2020
During the pandemic my parents/sisters/family have strived to keep our businesses (Petro Stopping Centers) open for truckers delivering essential supplies. I’m proud of them & all of our employee teams as they continually work to help others.. #BuiltFordProud #ThankATrucker pic.twitter.com/CXs9BhoN7T
— Donny Schatz (@DonnySchatz) May 16, 2020
To be honest, it's been a feat to keep grocery store shelves stocked.
We're incredibly appreciative of everyone in the supply chain, from the producers to the warehouse staff to truckers to supermarket staff. Be kind, stay safe. 🙏#ThankATrucker #ThanksEssentialWorkers pic.twitter.com/JwLRC8lFkz
— Apps Cargo Terminals (@Apps_Cargo) May 19, 2020
Trip 1 was a success!
— Volvo Trucks North America (@VolvoTrucksNA) May 18, 2020
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How sweet is this? Kylie, the six-year-old daughter of #TeamRoehl driver Kyle G., did an outstanding job on this Roehl coloring sheet! Proud mom Heather says Kylie can't wait until she's old enough to ride along with Dad in a few years. ❤️ . . . #Roehl #TeamRoehl #Trucking #TruckerLife #Trucker #OnTheRoad #TruckingLifestyle #TruckDriver #CDL #Trucks #ColoringPage #ThankATrucker
— Polaris Transport (@PolarisTrans) May 21, 2020
— Bison Transport (@Drive4Bison) May 19, 2020
Kayden Ferreira age 5 son of Decker Driver Steven Ferreira ( 3345) wanted to send a THANK YOU for all you amazing truck drivers and staff#thankatrucker#proudson#driventobethebest#DeckerTruckLine pic.twitter.com/O7P9dDDHHT
— Decker Truck Line (@DeckerTruckLine) May 19, 2020
Sending more letters this week to the truck drivers of Canada thanking them for their hard work these past months!
— NTL Insurance (@NTLInsurance) May 19, 2020