Ep.10: Heroes in Trucking with Eileen Dabrowski

I am excited to feature Eileen Dabrowski and ReedTMS Logistics on this segment of “Heroes in Trucking” on the Trucking Tower Podcast.

I am excited to feature Eileen Dabrowski and ReedTMS Logistics on this segment of “Heroes in Trucking” on the Trucking Tower Podcast including:

  • Eileen’s roots in education and philanthropy starting at the University of South Florida (USF)
  • The ReedTMS USF Bull1 big rig (video clip included)
  • How the philanthropy program works at ReedTMS Logistics
  • How employees select the programs
  • The company philosophy and leadership support of philanthropy
  • Over $33K in donations to the Mike Alstott Family Foundation 
  • Our phone discussion about ATTACA.org and the company’s support of children
  • How they introduce children to the world of trucking
  • Eileen’s support of education and foster care programs 
  • More…

Do you have surprising stories, hidden talents, sage advice, big announcements, or “newsy” items to share? Please message me to get your story onto the show or email info@truckingtower.com. We look forward to sharing more awesome stories, news, and insights from the world of trucking.

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☑ served as project leader to launch a centralized distribution center in the UK
☑ led 2 distribution center startups in Asia
☑ designed and implemented over 20 distribution centers including warehouses, kitting and offices

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