Total Quality Logistics to Hold Fundraiser for Susan G. Komen Foundation

Cincinnati– Total Quality Logistics (TQL), a freight brokerage firm that arranges the shipping of products using freight carriers, is holding a campaign to raise money for breast cancer research through a donation to the Susan G. Komen foundation. In addition to its corporate sponsorship of the 2011 Cincinnati Race for the Cure 5KĀ® event, TQL is providing another level of giving that involves its client and carrier groups.

Through its “Loads for a Cure” fundraiser, TQL will donate $1 for each truckload shipment the company arranges September 12-18, 2011–the week before the race. The total donation amount will be given to the Cincinnati Susan G. Komen chapter in an on-stage check presentation prior to the start of the race on Saturday, September 24, 2011.

The 2010 Loads for a Cure event resulted in an additional $8,083 for the cause. Combined with its corporate sponsorship and individual employee contributions, the total donation to the Susan G. Komen foundation was more than $19,450. TQL is looking to increase this amount for 2011 and is eager to work with new and existing customers and carriers to help achieve this goal.

About Total Quality Logistics (www.TQL.com)
Total Quality Logistics is the nation’s fourth largest freight brokerage firm with 1,400 employees in eight states: Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Indiana, and Kentucky. TQL is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, where the company was founded in 1997. TQL arranges full truckload transportation for more than 7,000 customers across the U.S. and Canada. It has built a reputation with its integrity, reliability, and unmatched customer service standards. TQL was recently named a “Top Workplace” in Cincinnati as well as one of the “Healthiest Employers of Greater Cincinnati.” To learn more visitĀ www.tql.com.

Contact Information:
Kacey King
PR Specialist
513-831-2600, ext. 6818
kking@tql.com


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