The Number 1 Resource for Vocational Truck Fleets

Maintenance

Kinedyne Announces MATS 2013 Sweepstakes Winners

May 22, 2013 - Press Release

Kinedyne, a leader in the transportation industry, manufacturing cargo securement products for over 45 years, awarded five $1,000 Shopping Sprees of Kinedyne products to the winners of their raffle held at this year’s Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS). All MATS attendees this year were eligible to enter the contest by filling out the entry form found in the show guide and submitting it at the company’s booth.

“The Mid-America Trucking Show is a valuable opportunity to create a dialogue with our customers about how our products meet their unique requirements”, states Jessica Madden, Kinedyne’s Marketing Coordinator.

“Kinedyne has built an excellent reputation by listening to the feedback drivers provide on the issues they experience while on the road, and by using that information to further advance our technology and improve the products we offer. I’m eager to hear from the winners of this year’s shopping sprees at the 2014 MATS event and learn how using Kinedyne’s load securement products have helped their businesses,” commented James Klausmann II, Kinedyne’s Executive Vice President and the son of the Company’s founder.

The five winners of the Kinedyne sweepstakes included: Dennis Doyle, Farm Boy Inc.; Wayne Davidson, C&W Gooseneck Services; Lawrence Davis, Davis Express Trucking, LLC; Jonathan Terry, J.D. Terry; and Joe Westleigh, J&M Westleigh Inc.
The five winners of the Kinedyne sweepstakes included: Dennis Doyle, Farm Boy Inc.; Wayne Davidson, C&W Gooseneck Services; Lawrence Davis, Davis Express Trucking, LLC; Jonathan Terry, J.D. Terry; and Joe Westleigh, J&M Westleigh Inc.

The five winners of Kinedyne’s 2013 MATS Sweepstakes include:

  • Dennis Doyle, Farm Boy Inc.

Dennis Doyle is an owner-operator located in Flemingsburg, Kentucky who has been in business since 2006. The company has a Dry Van, Step Deck and Flatbed trailer that primarily hauls seasonal flowers, but also transports a variety of other loads for clients. Dennis is eager to use his prize money towards several of Kinedyne products, including their Logistic ratchet straps.

  • Wayne Davidson, C&W Gooseneck Services

Wayne Davidson is an owner-operator based in Lewisberg, Ohio who services all of the United States with his gooseneck flatbed trailer. Operating since 1995, Wayne has specialized in hauling portable pumps, greenhouses, and special commercial loads. Wayne looks forward to purchasing Kinedyne ratchets and straps, along with the rubber strap protector sleeves, which he anticipates will come in handy given the variety of cargo he carries.

  • Lawrence Davis, Davis Express Trucking LLC

Lawrence Davis is an owner-operator located in South Bend, Indiana who has been driving for 28 years. Lawrence operates a van that mainly transports kitchen cabinets. With the delicate nature of his shipments, Lawrence is excited to use his shopping spree to purchase Kinedyne ratchet straps and load bars, which will help ensure his cargo is secured with the best products available on the market.

  • Jonathan Terry, J.D. Terry

Jonathan Terry is an owner-operator with a single, flatbed operation that hauls a variety of stone, lumber, and oversized items. Jonathan has been in business for the past five years servicing the southeast region of the U.S. As he is quite familiar with the Kinedyne brand, and has used their winch straps for several years, Jonathan will be applying his shopping spree toward Kinedyne cargo control products he has yet to try, such as the Polar and Tiger tarp ties.

  • Joe Westleigh, J&M Westleigh Inc.

Joe Westleigh has been working as an owner-operator for 15 years. With one tractor and one trailer, he has specialized in hauling large equipment and military vehicles. Joe is thrilled to be one of the winners of the $1,000 shopping spree and plans on using some of the winnings towards the purchase of Kinedyne’s tire nets.

For more information on any Kinedyne products visit www.kinedyne.com 

Comment On This Story

Name:  
Email:  
Comment: (Maximum 10000 characters)  
Leave this field empty:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.

FleetFAQ

Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Fleetmatics will answer your questions and challenges

View All

 

Fleet Management And Leasing

Merchants Experts will answer your questions and challenges

View All

 

Sponsored by

Howard Cook began his lengthy career with the Ford Motor Co. in 1926 and attended the Henry Ford Trade School in Dearborn, Mich.

Read more