Frito-Lay’s Perry named to Trucker Buddy board

Sept. 18, 2013

Trucker Buddy has named Randy Perry, fleet safety manager with Frito-Lay Corp., to its board of directors.

Perry has been with Frito-Lay for 32 years, serving in a variety of positions with increasing responsibility in sales, operations and safety. Currently, he has responsibility for the East Division of Frito-Lay’s fleet safety activities.

A graduate of West Georgia College, Perry is a certified instructor for Defensive Driving for Professional Truck Drivers, Smith System, and a Continuous Improvement Master Trainer, and he serves on the faculty for Private Fleet Management Institute. Other board positions include the National Private Truck Council and he is chairman of its Safety Committee.

“Randy Perry will be an excellent addition to our board.  His tremendous experience in the area of safety, as well as his overall understanding of the trucking industry will make him a valuable asset for Trucker Buddy and help us expand our mission teaching driving safety to all students,” said Trucker Buddy Executive Director Randy Schwartzenburg.

“I am proud to be associated with such a fine organization as Trucker Buddy,” said Perry. “It’s great to be involved with an organization that promotes the mission of helping educate our schoolchildren and promoting a positive image of the trucking industry.”

Trucker Buddy International is an independent, non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that helps educate schoolchildren and introduce educators to the trucking industry.

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