Upcoming event aims to help women explore trucking industry

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A new local company is working to help women explore the trucking industry with an upcoming event.
Upcoming event aims to help women explore trucking industry-Forwardernews

Trucking apparel company S.H.E. Trucking Apparel is hosting an upcoming event called The Big Rig Kids with Grandma Polly. Renee Brown, a former trucker who is also known as Grandma Polly, is an author of a series of books to inspire young adults.
S.H.E. Trucking stands for Sisterhood Helping Empowerment in Trucking. The business’ event is designed to present a window into the trucking industry for young women who may want to explore the field as a career option.
“We encourage kids and adults can come out to get a full experience,” CEO and Founder of S.H.E. Trucking Sharae Moore said in a prepared statement. “Dream big. You can be anything you want to be.”
The event will take place on July 19 from noon to 2 p.m. at Leadership for Life and on July 20 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Girls Incorporated of Chattanooga.
Truckers will be on-site with their rigs to answer questions and youth may get a feel of what being on the road is like form the driver’s seat.
S.H.E. Trucking Apparel seeks to inspire and empire women in trucking through its clothing brand, according to a news release.
The company supports women in trucking by connecting women in the field and through its T-shirt sale which help women in need of financial assistance.

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Nooga.com

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