Pam Transport has revealed four new 2018 Peterbilt trucks in its fleet to honor the men and women of the United States military, past and present. Each truck has been wrapped with a custom branch-specific mural, and will be piloted by service members from the respective branches.
Following the unveiling ceremony at Pam Transport headquarters, the drivers departed to pick up four truckloads of wreaths from the Worcester Wreath Co. in Columbia Falls, Maine, to be delivered and placed on the headstones of fallen military members at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas, on Dec. 16.
“The place our military veterans hold in the history of America, their courage, and their sacrifices cannot be overstated,” said Dan Cushman, president and CEO of Pam Transport. “We’re proud of our troops, and we’re proud to have military veterans at the helm of these trucks.”
The project is a combined effort of The Larson Group/Peterbilt ,who provided the graphic wrap service, Pam Transport’s military veterans who created the mural designs, and Ryan Ritchie of Bravo3Zero.com, who provided the mural centerpieces for each truck.
“We are our military’s and veterans’ biggest supporters,” said Glenn Larson, CEO of The Larson Group. “Our team is honored to have had the opportunity to take part in a project as powerful as this. These trucks are meaningful to us, and they are meaningful to the men and women who give and have given so much.”
Originally posted on Trucking Info