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A Custom Truck For Fallen Heroes

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A.R.E Manufacturing  honored the sacrifices of wounded veterans with a customized 2014 Chevrolet Silverado that was dedicated to The Wounded Warrior Project. The truck was built to honor and remember all of our past and present servicemen and women in the military. “We built the A.R.E. project truck to honor and raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project, which is a vitally important organization relied upon by many military members and their families,” said Bryan Baker, director of marketing, A.R.E. “The central message of this vehicle is that A.R.E. supports the

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25 Years Of Truck Accessorizing

Dave Herrmeyer reflects on how the industry has changed

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Wow, time flies when you’re having fun chronicling the changes in our industry, and in our rides. I’m honored to be asked by our current editors to contribute articles relating my past experiences as Trucking Times remembers and celebrates 25 years as the voice of the industry! I thought the best way to begin would be to look back at how the hopes and dreams stated in our first issue have fared. I hope you enjoy this look back and that you might ponder my personal opinions of what’s gone right and what’s gone wrong as time’s gone by. A good place to start is with a quote excerpted from our very first issue: “With the TCIA (Truck Cap Industry Association)and Trucking Times Magazine as new. . .

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