RigDig commits to aid veteran’s group

Updated Nov 16, 2017

Want to know a great way to help a military veteran?

Just go to the trade show at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) next week in Las Vegas.

It may sound too easy, but it’s true. Randall Reilly and RigDig Business Intelligence have announced they will pledge $50 to the Wyakin Warrior Foundation for every attendee or exhibitor who stops by their booth, mentions the foundation and sees a demo of RigDig’s capabilities during the HDAW trade show on Jan. 27-28, 2015.

RigDig will be showcasing it’s business intelligence tools, which are helping companies grow their parts and service sales at Booth R1 (in the Rotunda entrance to the trade show) on from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27, and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 28.

At the completion of the second day, the company will present a check for the Wyakin Warrior Foundation to HDAW organizers.

“Randall Reilly and RigDig are excited for next week’s event and encourage all HDAW attendees to come visit our booth and help us raise money for such a great cause,” says Brad Holthaus, vice president of sales, Trucking Media, at Randall Reilly.

The Wyakin Warrior Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to offer educational and career assistance for disabled and injured U.S. veterans.

Though still a small group, the Foundation has a 100 percent graduation and job placement rate through its three-plus years in existence.

For more information about RigDig, please check out www.rigdig.com.

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