TAT receives public awareness award
New York Mills truck driver Bill Brady feels like he’s making a difference through his work with the not-for-profit group Truckers Against Trafficking.
Brady, who drives for Lodestar and grew up in Wadena, has been working with the organization for roughly three years. Truckers Against Trafficking is a not-for-profit group that works to educate, raise awareness and combat trafficking in the trucking and travel plaza industries.
He was in Washington, D.C. April 22 to accept an award on behalf of TAT from Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Rep. Jim Costa (D-Calif.) at the annual Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus awards.
“Victims of crime are not statistics,” said Rep. Poe. “They are real people with real stories who have had something bad happen to them. Each year the VRC has the privilege of honoring the quiet heroes who dedicate their lives to assisting and advocating for victims of crime. These community warriors deserve to be recognized for their hard work.”