Salute to Women Behind the Wheel reaches Halfway Mark

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With only two weeks left before the Women In Trucking‘s “Salute to the Women Behind the Wheel” the organization is half way to its goal to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of female professional drivers.

The current record of 416 was set in November 2004 by an “all woman’s” truck convoy in Dronten, Netherlands. At this time, there are 241 professional women drivers registered for the celebration to be held on Saturday, March twenty-seven, 2010, at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY. Doors open at noon.

These women will arrive from forty states, three provinces and the Virgin Islands. They represent a total of 2, 415 years experience as professional drivers. Many of these women hold safe driving awards from their carriers and will be honored with a gift certificate to be presented to them by Anne Ferro, Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

The “Salute to Women Behind the Wheel” will include a speech by Ferro and an awards ceremony followed by a photo of the group wearing their complimentary red t-shirts. They will be treated to gifts from sponsors, entertainment, refreshments and the Women In Trucking’s signature chocolate fountain. These are all provided through the generosity of the sponsors.


All female professional drivers and their immediate family members are invited and are not required to be a member of Women In Trucking. Members of Women In Trucking are also invited to participate. There is still time to register for the event by visiting www.Salute2Women.com or calling 888-464-9482. Registrations will also be accepted at the Women In Trucking booth (4065) at the show until noon Saturday.

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