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On a New Journey

Posted on Apr 18, 2018

“If you take care of your people, everything else will take care of itself.”
-Alden Nussbaum

Belief in my father’s words, Biblical principle, and prayer have guided us in everything we do at Nussbaum. We are excited to announce that we’ve taken a step on a new journey.

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Topics: insider, Culture, Industry

2018 “Best Fleets to Drive For”

Posted on Feb 2, 2018
“Nussbaum has been a Best Fleet for the last four years, and it’s easy to see why. Their combination of innovative programs continues to push the industry forward and deliver great results in safety, driver retention, and overall satisfaction.”

Mark Murrell, VP Sales & Marketing, CarriersEdge

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Topics: Culture, Awards

The Gift of Time - A Christmas Message

Posted on Dec 22, 2017

As we embrace this Christmas Season, what do you find more fulfilling, giving or receiving? If we were honest, most of us would say that we like receiving just as much as giving. Receiving a gift is great, but if we’re honest with ourselves, eventually, they leave us feeling, well you know, kind of empty. Contrast that to a hug from a friend, a call from a family member, an unexpected visit from someone we haven’t seen for a while. Doesn’t it give us a feeling of warmth?

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Topics: Culture

Filling a Prison With Hope

Posted on Oct 27, 2017

Nussbaum recently had the opportunity to partner with local Christian radio station, WCIC to help fill a prison with hope.

We were able to provide flatbed trailers as a stage for two concerts that the station hosted at Logan Women’s Correctional Center in Lincoln, IL. The concerts were held August 20th inside the prison and featured Christian music group, Unspoken.

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Topics: Culture

Driver Appreciation Week 2017

Posted on Sep 8, 2017

It’s time to celebrate!

What are we celebrating? We’re celebrating the millions of incredible people who buckle in behind the wheel each day to keep America moving. Without these people, America as we know it would just plain stop. Stores shelves would empty out, production plants would run out of raw materials, gas stations would run out of gas, and even clean drinking water would become considerably more difficult to find. Without truckers to move product all across America, we’d be in a pretty tough spot.

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Topics: Culture, Industry