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Are you, or do you know, a trucker? Please read this!

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I know this is not related to saving money, but it is a cause that is near and dear to me as my husband is a truck driver, as are many of our friends. Far too many truck drivers go missing; and by the time word gets out, it is often too late. The Missing Truck Driver Alert Network was formed in February of this year because on February 1, a driver named Mark Williams seemed to have dropped off the face of the earth; his family and company were unable to contact him, and police in the last area in which he was reported were of little help. Through intensive networking on Facebook and other media, he was located on February 4 by another driver. Sadly, help arrived too late for him; but his death was not and WILL NOT BE in vain. Because of the response to the intense effort, the Missing Truck Driver Alert Network was born. It has grown steadily in the past five months, and has great potential. Having a network like this can set the minds of worried family and friends at ease; no matter what the outcome of a search, they know that there are others out there who care and are willing to go that extra mile to help them obtain closure.

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The Missing Truck Driver Alert Network has helped locate several missing drivers since its inception; some were found safe while others were not. The more people we have on board, the more likely we are to see successful resolution of missing-driver cases. WE NEED YOUR HELP. I honestly do not know a single person who doesn’t know at least ONE truck driver. Please consider joining forces with us to help protect our loved ones; and whether you join or not, I ask that you do share this site with everybody you know. If you work for a trucking company, no matter what your job title is, please speak to your company about the Missing Truck Driver Alert Network, and ask them to agree to assist us whenever possible. Thank you.

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