Mixed Transport’s president wins ATA’s annual advocacy award

The American Trucking Associations Monday introduced previous ATA Chairman Mike Card, president of Mixed Transport Inc., Central Level, Oregon, with the federation’s Cathy Evans Freeway to Victory Award for his advocacy work on behalf of the trucking trade.

“Mike has grown a small household trucking firm into a number one employer in his residence state of Oregon,” mentioned ATA Govt Vice President of Advocacy Invoice Sullivan. “He has leveraged that very important financial significance to make his voice heard with leaders of Congress and his state authorities. He’s a shining instance of how our trade can innovate its message and construct relationships that make a distinction with policymakers that make a distinction.”

Named for longtime ATA lobbyist Cathy Evans, the Freeway to Victory Award is introduced yearly to an ATA member who has made important contributions to the Federation’s advocacy efforts on the state and federal degree.

Whereas serving as ATA Chairman from 2012-2013, Card was a driving drive behind the creation of LEAD ATA, the federation’s management coaching program. He’s at present chairman of the ATA Litigation Middle and has additionally been a member of the American Transportation Analysis Institute’s board of administrators, chairman of the Oregon Trucking Affiliation, a longtime and lively supporter of TruckPAC.

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