NASTC 2018 Driver of the Year

National Association of Small Trucking Companies Executive Vice President Buster Anderson, left, is pictured with Deborah Clark of Barnes Transportation, Driver of the Year Robert Greene of Barnes Transportation and Dan Baker, a guest speaker at the association’s Nov. 3 conference.
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Posted Monday, December 10, 2018 7:32 pm

From staff reports

Robert Greene of Wilson-based Barnes Transportation has been selected as a 2018 Driver of the Year by the National Association of Small Trucking Companies.
Greene has been a professional driver for more than 30 years, with more than 14 years of experience with Barnes Transportation. He’s logged 4.2 million accident-free miles, according to a news release.
“As a recipient of this prestigious award, Mr. Robert Greene joins a very elite group that represents the very best of our 117,000 drivers,” said Buster Anderson, the association’s executive vice president. “Barnes Transportation is very proud of their drivers and should be very proud of themselves as well. It says a lot about a company when they can attract and keep employees of this caliber.”
Greene received his award Nov. 3 during the National Association of Small Trucking Companies’ annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
The NASTC represents nearly 10,000 trucking companies in the United States and Canada that employ a combined total of more than 117,000 drivers.

 

Source: Wilson Times, www.wilsontimes.com