Wednesday, October 28, 2009

TRAA Honors FleetNet's Williams With Citizenship Award

TRAA Honors FleetNet's Williams With Citizenship Award

The Towing and Recovery Association of America has honored James Williams, Sr., director of vendor relations for FleetNet America, with its National Citizenship Award. The award recognizes those who contribute to the towing and recovery industry through good citizenship, legislative action and commitment to enhancement of the profession.

Williams accepted the award during the association's annual meeting in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Sept. 18.

TRAA was founded in 1979 in Kansas City, Mo., and is now headquartered in Alexandria, Va. The group is the umbrella trade association and voice of the towing and recovery industry, which is estimated to include more than 35,000 towing businesses in the U.S.

FleetNet America, Cherryville, N.C., is a third-party vendor management company that coordinates emergency roadside services and maintenance management services for commercial equipment. FleetNet America provides maintenance management by managing vendors and the maintenance process through specific customer requirements in its Roadside and TMcare programs. Through the FleetNet Select Towing and Recovery Program, FleetNet's customers have nationwide access to preferential towing and recovery providers.

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