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BubbaJunk.com hosting free luncheons for truckers

Aug. 20, 2001
BubbaJunk.com Inc. will host its first free Trucker Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, August 23 at Harrah's Hotel & Casino in Shreveport, LA. The featured speaker will be trucking industry consultant, Dan C. Baker, whose topic will be "Tough Times Don't Last. Tough People Do." Baker's combination of astute industry analysis, an awareness of the "people issues" and just the right touch of humor make
BubbaJunk.com Inc. will host its first free Trucker Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, August 23 at Harrah's Hotel & Casino in Shreveport, LA. The featured speaker will be trucking industry consultant, Dan C. Baker, whose topic will be "Tough Times Don't Last. Tough People Do."
Baker's combination of astute industry analysis, an awareness of the "people issues" and just the right touch of humor make him one of the most sought-after speakers in the transportation industry, the website says.

Baker understands the problems of employee retention, safety, and employee motivation from perspectives both inside and outside the industry. In fact, the solutions and approaches to problems presented by Mr. Baker are applicable to personal life, as well as other business applications, Bubbajunk.com says.

BubbaJunk.com is Internet site designed to serve the recruiting needs of America's trucking industry. BubbaJunk.com says it attracts a segment of Middle America otherwise ignored by the on-line community, giving its clients access to a market otherwise unavailable.

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