Partnership Opportunities

In addition to the benefits our partnership levels afford, TAT offers a variety of ways to engage your employees and customers in the fight against human trafficking.

Employee Engagement: Equip and empower your workforce to recognize and report this crime, and create other meaningful opportunities to volunteer, fundraise, spread the word and improve employee morale.


Customer Engagement: Engaging employees, business associates and customers directly through the distribution of TAT materials, (and training where applicable), moves them from passive bystanders to engaged citizens, improving customer loyalty, good-will for your brand and the observation of your values to those with whom you do business. It also fosters a meaningful culture of stewardship for your employees.


Cause-Related Marketing Campaigns: Leveraging consumer demand for socially conscious companies, and the general public’s ever-growing desire to combat human trafficking, we will work with your company to develop a campaign that thoughtfully and strategically aligns our mission with your brand in order to improve customer loyalty.

From our partners …

“The day we decided to support Truckers Against Trafficking was the day we became aware that as an organization we could make a difference. We know that our drivers and employees have the capability to bring kids home and help stop trafficking just by being aware of their surroundings and making the call. Thanks, TAT, for letting us be a part of your wonderful efforts!”– Julie Durr, Director of Events and Employee Recognition, Heartland Express

“By partnering with Truckers Against Trafficking, Meritor and other industry leaders are committed to help rescue the victims of human trafficking across the nation.”– Krista Sohm, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Meritor

“Truckers Against Trafficking amplifies truck drivers’ power to better the world as our nation’s roadways’ eyes and ears. Peterbilt is proud to stand with TAT in their mission of encouraging drivers to protect innocent individuals and combat human trafficking.”– Victor Garcia, Senior Industrial Engineer, Peterbilt Motors Company

“The Alabama Trucking Association is proud to be a silver sponsor of TAT. Efforts to support TAT are a priority on our association’s Program of Work each and every year.”– Frank Filgo, Senior CAE, President & CEO, Alabama Trucking Association

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“Our wonderful industry has a huge opportunity to rid this horrible issue from our highways. Support and respect for families and human lives are extremely important to us at Covenant. All truckers should jump in and agree that “enough is enough” on this topic.” – Joey Hogan, President, Covenant Transport

California Trucking Association logo“Human trafficking is a horrific crime that, unfortunately, occurs all too often. The California Trucking Association and its members are proud to show our commitment to be part of the solution through our partnership with Truckers Against Trafficking.” – Eric Sauer, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, California Trucking Association

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“We are honored to support Truckers Against Trafficking and are hopeful that every step forward helps to prevent future victims and bring loved ones home to their families.” – Erika Howes, Howes Lubricator

Johns Manville logo“Truckers Against Trafficking’s commitment to educating and empowering the community has proven to be making an impact, and we are proud to partner with them in their fight to eradicate domestic sex trafficking.” – Alyece Urice, Johns Manville

“Linde stands with TAT in their mission to eliminate human trafficking. We are proud to work with this organization to train and educate our contract drivers in order to help accomplish this mission.” – Riva Krut, VP and Chief Sustainability Officer, Linde

TEC Equipment“On behalf of TEC Equipment, my sons and I are proud to support the efforts of Truckers Against Trafficking to rescue and save the lives of victims of sex trafficking. We consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to such an important and worthy cause. Giving back to the community is a key commitment at TEC Equipment.” – David Thompson, President and CEO, TEC Equipment

Total Transportation of Mississippi logo“Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a shining light of hope to the 21~million victims of modern-day slavery. At Total, it is a privilege and responsibility we take very seriously in educating and equipping our drivers with TAT materials that help our team have a positive impact in the fight against this terrible crime.” – John Stomps, President/CEO, Total Transportation

utility logo“At Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company, FAMILY is more than just a word. As a multi-generational, FAMILY-owned company, we are both proud and privileged in standing with Truckers Against Trafficking in their relentless pursuit of keeping FAMILIES together.” – Sean Bicknell, Director of National Accounts, Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company

“We’re part of an industry that has a real power to make a difference. Volvo Trucks is proud to stand alongside the everyday heroes of Truckers Against Trafficking to combat this devastating practice and gives victims their lives back.” – Kurt Hollinger, VP Sales, Volvo Trucks North America

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“MTA learned of the great work being done by Truckers Against Trafficking and wanted to be part of the solution in curbing human trafficking. We hope our relationship with TAT will help reduce the amount of victims of this horrific crime.” – Hal Miller, President, Mississippi Trucking Association

nussbaum logo“With our support of Truckers Against Trafficking we are taking a stand to help reunite families that have been torn apart by human trafficking. Our drivers are proud to have the opportunity to combat this evil and bring these families back together.” – Brent Nussbaum, CEO, Nussbaum

“We believe it’s imperative for the entire industry to rally around this important initiative, as each one of us has a role to play in the fight against human trafficking.”  Stacy Tetschner, President & CEO, United Motorcoach Association



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