USA Truck Steps Up In Time Of Need

This past Saturday, May 7th, USA Truck employees set up shop in a Walgreen's parking lot at at 8300 Rogers Avenue in Fort Smith, AR.  The goal was to collect a truck full of donations for those that were affected by the tornado in Arkansas.  

With over 100 employees in Alabama, USA Truck was trying to collect enough items to help those individuals, as well as their families and any other victims.  Some families lost everything and Loretta Jones with the safety department at USA Truck was leading this effort to bring them the non-perishable items needed to survive.

We will update you on the progress of these efforts as we know many of our USA Truck families might be affected.  After reading the comments on this article, we were encouraged by a lady named Lisa Pew from a clothing ministry.  Here is what she had to say:

"After reading the article regarding your delivery to the tornado victims in Alabama, I wanted to contact you regarding a donation. In fact, I would like to donate everything we have, which consists of mens, womens, & children's clothing, shoes, etc.  We can always rebuild the closet with donations later on, which is no comparison to rebuilding a life right now."