National Truckin' Magazine

National Truckin' Magazine Honors the Rich History of Truckers with Legends Articles

Monthly Articles Detail the Ups and Downs of the Industry and the Roles that Support It


Sevierville, TN -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/07/2016 -- The life of a truck driver is seldom a glamorous one. It's the sort of blue collar job that men and women suit up for each day to keep their families fed, regardless of the long hours, difficult trips, or less-than-pleasant conditions. Truckers are a special breed, forced to spend lengthy spurts of time alone on the open road – and it is their stories, both on the job and off that National Truckin' Magazine seeks to highlight each month in their "Legends" articles. The team at the Tennessee-based publication aim to bring awareness to the stories of these hard-working men and women.

"We really have some fascinating, unique stories to tell in this monthly series, stories that will enthrall readers as well as the children and grandchildren of these truckers – those who directly benefited from the sacrifices they made," expressed Jimmy Hayes, Account Executive with National Truckin' Magazine. "I'm especially proud of the infusion of military veterans into our ranks. It makes you swell with pride to know that you've provided an outlet, a means for them to continue to serve others and support their families.

From telling the stories of the truckers who take to the roads every day to helping others break into the transportation industry, the professionals at National Truckin' Magazine are hard at work supporting this vital industry. In the fabric of the American economy, their dedication to helping the industry grow and be sustained is second to none. As they say, trucking isn't something you do. It's what you love. It's in your blood.

About National Truckin' Magazine
Based in Tennessee, National Truckin' Magazine was first published in February of 2013 with the intention of helping drivers find great jobs, in addition to providing positive articles written about their fellow drivers. Their magazine is distributed nationwide to over 3,000 independent truck stops across the lower 48 states. The publication is family-owned and operated, resulting in a team that takes pride in creating a great magazine they can be proud of.