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January 9, 2022

Letter from our Founder

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January 9, 2022

Amy Washburn-Rhodes TWRTS Team Member, Colleen Goodrich had the opportunity to sit down with Amy Washburn Rhodes, while talking with her she asked why she was so passionate about helping people affected by all the disasters in the world, especially with everything that was going on in her own personal life, COVID has taken its…

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MEET OUR SPONSORS!

January 9, 2022

First-off, we want to give big thanks to MUDFLAP for their $10,000.00 fuel gift! This gift is going to help keep trucks moving! AND they have a great diesel fuel discount program too for you too! What if we told you that you can save money on your diesel purchases and help TrucksWith Room at…

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Meet The Drivers!

January 9, 2022

John Thorgaard Helping with TWRTS is my way of giving back to the number of people that have helped me throughout my life. As a child I survived a hurricane in Jacksonville, FL and being young, I don’t remember the actual storm or a lot about it, but I do remember the aftermath of it…

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HURRICANE IDA

January 9, 2022

HOW TWO COMMUNITIES CAME TOGETHER WITH YOUR HELP Amanda Brown is a teacher at St. Gabriel Catholic School in Louisville, KY, but she’s also from Louisiana, from the area of some of the most damage, La Fourche Parish. She moved to Louisville, KY and wanted to send help to the survivors in Louisiana.She was holding…

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Fall 2021 Newsletter

November 7, 2021
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August 2021 Newsletter

October 5, 2021
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Disaster Tips & Tricks Blog!

September 19, 2021

By Christy Rowe (Parsons) Greetings, friends of TWRTS! This is Christy and I have what I think is exciting news! First announcement! With permission from Shelli, I am leading a TWRTS disaster relief style cookbook publishing through Morris Press Cookbooks.  Money raised will benefit Trucks With Room To Spare’s disaster relief efforts.  I am looking…

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home destroyed from tornado damage

Hard lessons learned in a disaster….

September 11, 2021

By Colleen Goodrich My soon to be former-future-son-in-law went into a natural disaster area and was totally shocked that his ever so considerate future-in-law was right, and the company that he was going in with had zero clues as for what they were getting themselves in for. The suggestions were given… “Want to have something…

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After the Storm…

September 11, 2021

By Colleen Goodrich As I am sitting here waiting for my reload to get home for a family emergency, I have been people watching, and talking to the locals in some of the harder hit areas of Louisiana from hurricane Ida.  Most of the people are thankful for what they have and can not imagine…

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