TransLand recently added a bright green Mack Anthem model to its fleet to handle a very special job. Designated as a community truck, for every mile the new Anthem travels delivering goods to customers, TransLand will donate 5 cents to Care to Learn, a nonprofit that provides for the health, hunger and hygiene needs of students throughout Missouri.
“Mack is proud that TransLand chose the Mack Anthem to be the vehicle that supports this cause,” says Jonathan Randall, Mack senior vice president, North American sales and marketing. “We provide the tools that enable our customers’ success, and it’s great to see them use those tools to make their communities stronger.”
TransLand worked with Mack dealer Tri-State Truck Center in Springfield, Mo., to prepare the Mack Anthem for service. The green truck is one of 30 new Mack Anthem models that the carrier is adding to its fleet this year.
“TransLand is excited to add these new Mack Anthems to our fleet,” says Mark Walker, TransLand chairman and CEO. “We know we’ll get measurable results in these trucks, and creating the green Care to Learn truck is generating outstanding synergy for TransLand and our community.”
Founded in 2008, Care to Learn has more than 30 chapters serving thousands of children throughout Missouri. Employees at TransLand have been involved with the nonprofit for years as individuals, and the Care to Learn community truck enables the carrier to take their support to new level.