Trucking Company Takes Action to Fight Breast Cancer and Hunger
Los Angeles based LTL trucking company, Best Yet Express, provides community outreach and support through breast cancer awareness initiatives and holiday food drives for Los Angeles Food Bank.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
One local trucking company is taking on the fight to combat both breast cancer and hunger. Best Yet Express has recently launched two charitable campaigns: one in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and another to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
About the Campaigns
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this campaign, Best Yet Express will display large pink ribbons on their fleet-owned trucks. The trucking company hopes that displaying the ribbons on the side of their trucks, which travel all over the Los Angeles area, will help remind the community of the important of early detection of the disease that the fight to find a cure continues.
Best Yet Express has also embarked on a five-week donation campaign to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. The drive began on October 4th and will run through November 16th. “We felt compelled to reach out to help the local community due to the tough economic times faced by so many and the staggering fact that over one million people in Los Angeles are at risk of going hungry,” said Vice President of Best Yet Express, Jay Newjahr. The company is accepting donations of non-perishable goods to be dropped off at its physical location located at 15000 S. Figueroa Street Unit B, Gardena, CA 90248. Donations may also be given to the company's drivers when they arrive to pick up any TL or LTL trucking loads.
About Best Yet Express
Best Yet Express is a family-owned and operated, trucking company in Los Angeles that provides LT and LTL trucking and warehousing services. They have over 30 years experience and focuses solely on the transportation and warehousing needs of customers in Los Angeles County, the greater Los Angeles area, Orange County and the Inland Empire. Their clientele varies from small family-owned businesses to Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies.
To learn more about Best Yet Express and their charitable activities, please visit http://www.bestyetexpress.com. A representative of Best Yet Express can also be reached by calling (310)323-1880.
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