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Jeff Foster Trucking Brings Cancer Awareness to the Nation with Their Trucks.

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Circle of Hope truckJeff Foster and his staff are concerned about the health of their employees and past employees. They are bringing awareness to Superior and across the United States with their trucks.

Circle of Hope was the first truck they came out with in August of 2013 to raise awareness of breast cancer, in honor of specific people, and to help Circle of Hope, a local 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves breast cancer patients in northern Wisconsin and northern Minnesota. This organization has helped by paying bills for those currently going through breast cancer treatment to the tune of over $106,000.00 . They have other missions as well.  Circle of Hope is listed on many national websites as well.

This pink  truck transports typically between Superior, Wisconsin and the Chicago area. It hauls liquid bulk including asphalt cement, petroleum products, and general chemicals. It has traveled other places as well. George is typically the driver. He is asked about breast cancer all the time: Yes, he is told stories of other people’s experiences or family experiences with the disease. George calls the truck, “Pinkie.” He enjoys promoting the cause.

Everyone is touched by this disease, the second leading cause of cancer in women in the United States. 1 out of 8 women get breast cancer in the United States and increasing age puts women at risk.

Men can get breast cancer too. This is especially true if the BRCA1/2 runs in a family. This same gene also increases their risk for prostate cancer. (Peggy Anderson, the coordinator talked about this at an US Too Support group in Cloquet this winter. She tries to bring awareness to prostate cancer by writing about it, as her husband, Jim is a survivor.) Circle of Hope coordinator:

Jeff Foster Trucking has a Pancreatic Cancer truck, and they are coming out with a third truck in the next couple weeks. It is top secret, and I can’t wait to see what kind of truck it is.

The Circle of Hope truck was in the Christmas City of the North Parade. UMD Pharmacy students  decorated the float for Circle of Hope. It will be in two other parades this summer. It is also seen at local events that Circle of Hope has fundraisers at and at patient benefits.

The most memorable  experiences were when it was at Julie Peterson’s benefit at Mr. D’s, the Get ER Done event in Gordon, Wisconsin, the dragon boat races, and the Christmas City of North Parade.

Circle of Hope Board members gave George (Jeff Foster Driver) and Tom Porter (Sunrise Funeral Home and Cemetery owner) Santa Caps to put on as they rode in the parade. Neither had been in the parade nor been to it. They were awed at the event and the hordes of people, as they turned the corner.

Board members were disappointed that the video clips were not on KBJR/Northland News website this year. This event impacted George and Tom’s life forever. Two wishes granted. See there is a Santa Claus. We will soon see if there is an Easter Bunny with all this snow.

Twin Ports Warehouse & Storage

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Offering a full range of trucking services, TWIN PORTS WAREHOUSE & STORAGE is your personal freight management consultant. We can handle all types of domestic & import cargo – from an envelope to a truckload with company owned and maintained power equipment. If product storage is an issue, we can warehouse your product onsite. We have a Flatbed and Van division, along with a Heavy Machinery/Oversize Transport division. If it can go ON or IN a trailer we can haul it! Serving all 48 states and Canada. We also accommodate Train to Truck deliveries. When you combine the finest local transportation service with a long haul freight procurement division, you only need to make one phone call to move your product anywhere in the United States. We have our own tanker/trailer division for flexible delivery schedules. We can transload from rail car to our tanker trucks for special applications. Additionally we offer a “keep fill” system with customer’s facilities. Totes are an added option.

Jeff Foster Trucking, Inc. Joins U.S. EPA SmartWay® Transport Partnership

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Superior, WI – Jeff Foster Trucking, Inc. today announced that it joined the SmartWay® Transport Partnership, a innovative collaboration between U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and industry which provides a framework to assess the environmental and energy efficiency of goods movement supply chains.

Jeff Foster Trucking will contribute to the Partnership’s savings of 1.5 billion gallons of fuel, $3.6 billion in fuel costs, 14.7 MMT of carbon dioxide (CO2), 215,000 tons of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and 8,000 tons of particulate matter.  Carbon dioxide is the most common greenhouse gas, and nitrogen oxide is an air pollutant that contributes to smog.  By joining SmartWay Transport Partnership, Jeff Foster Trucking demonstrates its strong environmental leadership and corporate responsibility.

“We are committed to SmartWay’s cause and determined to increase our fleet’s efficiency and environmental footprint not only for our own gain, but for the good of the environment and our Earth’s future in general,” said Shawn LaValley, Director of Maintenance at Jeff Foster Trucking

Developed jointly in early 2003 by EPA and Charter Partners represented by industry stakeholders, environmental groups, American Trucking Associations and Business for Social Responsibility, this innovative program was launched in 2004. Partners rely upon SmartWay tools and approaches to track and reduce emissions and fuel use from goods movement.

The Partnership currently has over 3000 Partners.

For more information about Jeff Foster Trucking call 1-800-669-5043.

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