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More Than Just a Trucking Company…Here Are Some Facts You May Not Have Known About Road Scholar Transport

More Than Just a Trucking Company…Here Are Some Facts You May Not Have Known About Road Scholar Transport

Road Scholar Transport has been a reliable source for LTL and Truckload shipping in the Mid-Atlantic/New England regions since 1988 but its company philosophy goes well beyond that of a typical trucking company.  Here is a look at some of things you may not know about our company. 

Road Scholar Transport’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial

Road Scholar Transport’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial

On September 11th 2001, our country came together after we suffered an unimaginable loss that changed our world as we knew it — forever.  Almost 3,000 people were killed during the 9/11 attacks including; New York City police officers, firefighters, and paramedics who were all struggling to complete evacuations of the buildings and save the trapped office workers.1  Each anniversary of the attacks we remember all of the victims of this devastating event.  Our 9/11 Rolling Memorial truck’s intent is to make sure we — NEVER FORGET.

May is Lupus Awareness Month and Road Scholar Transport is Spreading the Word

May is Lupus Awareness Month and Road Scholar Transport is Spreading the Word

From medical conditions to missing persons and even our furry friends, Road Scholar Transport’s awareness campaign has been attracting the attention of people all across the nation and continues to grow each year.  This May, our trucks are working overtime to help spread the word during Lupus awareness month. 

5th Annual Jog for Jude to Take Place April 28th

5th Annual Jog for Jude to Take Place April 28th

On July 23, 2014, three-month-old Jude Zayac passed away from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).  SIDS typically strikes children under the age of one unexpectantly and is known as the number one cause of death in children under one year of age, claiming the lives of nearly 4,000 each year. 

5,000 Mammograms by Mother’s Day Campaign

5,000 Mammograms by Mother’s Day Campaign

From now until Mother’s Day, the American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF), in conjunction with the Celebrating Life Foundation, has launched a campaign to help raise funds to provide 5,000 mammograms for those in need but who cannot financially afford it.

Road Scholar Transport Spreads Awareness during National Cancer Prevention Month

Road Scholar Transport Spreads Awareness during National Cancer Prevention Month

February is National Cancer Prevention Month, a time to educate the country on the disease, and more importantly, possible ways to prevent it.

80,000 lb Tractor Trailers Help Spread Awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

80,000 lb Tractor Trailers Help Spread Awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

A pink ribbon, a pink shirt, participating in a walk…all ways to show breast cancer awareness this October.  But Road Scholar Transport is taking it a step further, showing our support towards a cure 24/7 with not one, but four pink 80,000 lb tractor trailers.

Awareness Spotlight: Road Home Foundation

 Awareness Spotlight: Road Home Foundation

You may have seen Road Scholar Transport’s Road Home Foundation awareness truck on the road, “Quietly supporting injured warriors and their families in times of need.”  But what exactly is the Road Home Foundation and where did the idea to create a truck for them come about?  Vice President & Board of Director for the Road Home Foundation for Injured Warriors and Families’ Michael Docherty explains:

National Cancer Prevention Month

 National Cancer Prevention Month

Nearly 600,000 people are expected to pass away from cancer this year, accounting for 1 in every 4 deaths in the U.S. (the second most common cause of death in America). 1 Over 1.6 million new cases are predicted this year. 1 But did you know that an estimated 1/3 of cases (about 374,000 lives) can be prevented by “eating healthy, being active, and staying lean?” 2