Associate Newsletter Dec 19 - Final



Christmas Wishes Angel Tree Program Transportation Insight associates partnered with Catawba County Social Services to help make the Christmas wishes of 75 foster children in Catawba County come true through the Christmas Wishes Angel Tree program. All of the gifts purchased by our associates were delivered to Catawba County Social Services on December 3, and they’ll be received with open arms.

Salvation Army Bell-Ringing On December 17 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.,

Transportation Insight associates will be ringing the bell for the Salvation Army in front of the Grocery entrance to the Walmart Supercenter on U.S. 70 in Hickory. As of press time, spots still remain – go to this link to sign up .

Elsewhere around the Company… Transportation Insight’s Overland Park Operating Center delivered big for Hope House on Thanksgiving. The TI-KC team and Service in Action reached its goal of filling 20 baskets with Thanksgiving dinner items and collected $35 and additional donations to support Hope House, a safe place for families affected by domestic violence. The TI Omaha Operating Center has kicked off its 8th Annual Salvation Army Adopt-a- Family. Coordinated by Ange Bates, TI Omaha typically has about 10 associates who will serve 3-4 families with up to 5 people in each family by collecting money, going shopping, wrapping and delivering presents to the families each Christmas.

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