Deb Bosworth Named Ambassador of the Year

Deb Bosworth, long time Trucker Buddy and Walmart driver has been named the Darrell Hicks Ambassador of the Year at the 2017 Mid America Trucking Show.

She was honored at the Red Eye Radio Party on Thursday March 23rd.

She started Trucker Buddy in 2006 and has been going strong ever since. Deb has been helping to recruit other drivers at trade shows as well as at other events.  One year she challenged her class to improve their reading skills and said she would buy a bike for the person who improved the most.  The class accepted the challenge and worked so hard that everyone improved.  Instead of just getting one student a bike she went to all the Walmarts in her area and asked each to donate a bike for the class.  She pulled up to the school and opened the door of the trailer and surprised the entire class with the bikes.

For being chosen National and Bostrom Seating gave her the choice of any new seat in their inventory.  

Below Deb picked out her seat and even tried it out.

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Pictures below showed the students excitment when Deb delivered the bikes. 

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Many of the students [in the Trucker Buddy program] struggle with academics. However, they work hard and achieve success because they are fascinated by the trucking industry.

~ Mrs. B.

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