November 2, 2007
J. J. Keller Foundation Gives $10,000 Grant at MC&E
Neenah, WI – James J. Keller presented the 6th annual J. J. Keller Foundation $10,000 Trucking Education Grant while taking part in the Management Conference & Exhibition (MC&E) last week in Orlando.
This award, given in conjunction with the American Trucking Associations (ATA) President's Annual Truck Association Executives Council (TAEC), is passed on to the winner's designated non-profit education or research organization for the advancement of safety within the trucking industry.
This year's recipient is Thomas Howells, President of Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association.
Past award recipients include:
2006 – James W. Runk, President of Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association
2005 -- Karen Rasmussen, President & CEO of Arizona Trucking Association
2004 -- George W. Burruss, President & CEO of Missouri Motor Carriers Association
2003 -- J. Richards Todd, President of South Carolina Trucking Association
2002 -- Michael J. Riley, President of Motor Transport Association of Connecticut
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. of Neenah, WI, employs 1,200 associates and is a leading specialized publisher and services provider. Founded in 1953, the company offers a wide variety of risk and regulatory management products to customers throughout North America. J. J. Keller helps customers in industries such as transportation, construction, utilities, manufacturing and food processing comply with DOT, OSHA, EPA, DOL, FDA and USDA requirements. The company’s diverse product line includes technical publications; computer software; training programs; online management tools; specialized forms; and supplies.
J. J. Keller also provides safety consulting, on-site training and a variety of transportation services, including licensing, permitting, fuel tax reporting, driver log auditing and driver qualification file management.
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