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TruckPro contributes to Wounded Warriors at Summit

TruckPro recently donated $15,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project at its annual Sales Summit at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville TN.

The Wounded Warrior Project and Canadian organization The War Amps, to which TruckPro also is contributing, are two of the company’s charity partners.

“We are humbled and honored to support the military and veterans in the United States and Canada,” said Chuck Broadus, TruckPro’s president and CEO. “We are committed to help make a difference and, on behalf of the entire TruckPro family, we were proud to contribute $15,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project at our Summit.”

In addition to Wounded Warrior and War Amps, TruckPro partners with and supports St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Salvation Army and local communities as part of its TruckPro Gives Back initiative.

TruckPro, which distributes heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, hosted more than 300 associates and more than 100 leading suppliers during the Sales Summit, which included multiple training sessions and a vendor trade show.

“Our review of sales strategies and initiatives with our sales team and vendor partners was fantastic and very promising,” Broadus said. “Our Summit focused on leadership, sales-initiative execution and teamwork, and we are excited about the bright future ahead for TruckPro and our vendor partners.”



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