Arkansas Trucking Association Looks to College For Help

Arkansas Trucking Association Looks to College For Help
Arkansas Trucking Association President Shannon Newton and ATA 40 Under 40 Council Chairman Jeff Fleming.

The Arkansas Trucking Association is trying to do something novel to address the high turnover rate for trucking executives by naming four college students to the association's 40 Under 40 Council.
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