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Cecilia Logan wins new tractor in Landstar All-Star Truck Giveaway

Cecilia Logan wins new tractor in Landstar All-Star Truck Giveaway

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Independent Landstar Million Mile Safe Driver and Roadstar Cecilia Logan has won the 2020 Kenworth T680 given away by Landstar System during the Landstar All-Star Truck Giveaway.

The random drawing and giveaway was the highlight of the 8th Annual Landstar BCO All-Star Celebration held July 1-3 in Savannah, Georgia.

Each year, Landstar gives away a truck, including all registration fees and taxes, to one of its Million Mile Safe Driver independent owner-operators. The 2019 All-Star giveaway truck marked the 40th truck giveaway in Landstar’s 30-year history as a company.

Logan resides in Hartford, Alabama, and was one of eight semi-finalists randomly drawn from the pool of 1,043 active Million Mile Safe Driver business capacity owners (BCOs), Landstar’s term for independent truck owner-operators who provide transportation capacity under exclusive lease agreements.

Logan leased to Landstar in 2001 with her husband, Jaimie. She was named a Million Mile Safe Driver in 2015 and a Roadstar honoree in 2017.

“We are proud of the safety-first owner-operators who are leased to Landstar, especially those who have reached the Million Mile Safe Driver and Roadstar milestones. Landstar is pleased to continue the annual tradition of giving away a new truck at our BCO All-Star Celebration,” said Landstar President and CEO Jim Gattoni. “We appreciate the contributing support of our sponsor companies, like Comdata, in helping us reward an independent owner-operator’s service excellence with a chance to win such a life-changing prize.”

Landstar System, Inc. is a worldwide asset-light provider of integrated transportation management solutions delivering specialized transportation services to a broad range of customers utilizing a network of agents, third-party capacity owners and employees.

 

 

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