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Schneider National's Military Support Recognized by Wisconsin's Governor, Veterans Affairs Dept.

Earlier this month, Schneider National's long history of military support was recognized by both the State of Wisconsin and Wisconsin's Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) during a ceremony held at Schneider's Corporate Headquarters in Green Bay, Wis.

The office of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker honored the truckload carrier with a Certificate of Commendation for "going above and beyond in its mission to hire veterans." In the commendation, Gov. Walker noted Schneider's various programs designed to help people with military backgrounds become truck drivers.

Schneider associate (and former member of the U.S. Marine Corps) Grailing Jones also received a Certificate of Commendation from Walker's office. In his role as the company's small business owner-operator development manager, Jones helps current and former military personnel become small business owners by purchasing their own trucks and hauling freight for Schneider National.

In addition, the WDVA presented Jones with a "Year of the Veteran Award" for his outstanding leadership and exemplary advocacy for veterans and their families. This marked the first time the award was given to an individual instead of an organization.

Attached please find a picture taken after the ceremony in which the three awards were presented by WDVA Secretary John Scocos. Pictured (from left):
Lori Lutey (CFO, Schneider National), Steve Crear (General Manager of Schneider Finance, Schneider National), Grailing Jones (Small Business Owner-Operator Development Manager, Schneider National) and John Scocos (WDVA Secretary).