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FMCSA expands out-of-service order ability, increases fines for violations Reprinted from http://www.ccjdigital.com The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration — in compliance with the MAP-21 highway funding law finalized last year — has increased fines for several violations of its regulations and widened its authority to issue out-of-service orders, per an entry in the Federal Register Oct. 1.

OCTOBER 28, 2013 Chairman’s Message.........................3 President’s Message..........................5 From the Desk of Robert Christian, Black Hills Log Haulers Association...7 October Driver of the Month............9 Condolences....................................11 SDTA’s Safety Management Council Participates in Mitchell Technical Institutes Career Expo............................12 Lung Cancer Screening: Protect Your Life and Your Breath........................13 Have You Filed Your D.O.T. Physical Test or Exemption Information With the South Dakota Department of Public Safety?....................................... 15 South Dakota’s Chapter of the Worlds Largest Convoy For Special Olympics Pictorial Review..........................17-20 SDTA’s New Member Chart..............21 Welcome New SDTA Members........21 Important Phone Numbers...............22 Important Dates To Remember........23 Board of Directors List......................24

The new rules, made final Oct. 1, allows the agency to place an entire carrier out of service for operating vehicles “without or beyond the scope of registration,” according to the regulation, whereas previously only the unregistered vehicle itself could be placed out of service. The changes also include an amendment to a rule that shortens the time period in which new entrant carriers undergo a safety review from 18 months to 12 months. Other amendments include increasing the minimum required for broker bonds to $75,000 and extending the requirement to freight forwarders and removing the “ability to pay” wording from the list of factors FMCSA takes into account when assessing civil penalties for violations relating to to commercial motor vehicle safety regulation and operators. Language has also changed regarding employer knowledge of an unlicensed driver and driver traffic violations from “the employer knew” to “the employer knows or should reasonably know.” Here’s a summary of the fines that have increased under the rule changes: Violation of FMCSA’s reporting, recordkeeping and registration requirements: Now $1,000 (from $500) for violating reporting and recordkeeping requirements, $10,000 (also from $500) for non-passenger carrier registration violations. Transporting hazmat without appropriate registration: Now maximum $40,000 (from $20,000) Failing to obey a subpoena or an order to appear or testify: Now $1,000 to $10,000 (from $100 to $5,000) Operating after being declared out-of-service: $25,000 maximum (each day treated as a separate offense) Operating a vehicle hauling hazmat after being placed out-of-service: $75,000 maximum (each day treated as separate offense); if violation results in death, serious illness or severe injury of anyone or substantial destruction of property, maximum penalty moves to $175,000 Evading regulations; Knowing and willful violations: Now $2,000-$5,000 for first time offense, $2,500-$7,000 for subsequent


SDTA is now emailing its South Dakota “Trucking News” publication out monthly. If you and your staff would like to receive this publication via email, please complete this form and return it to the SDTA office: Company: Address/City/State/Zip: Name(s) Email(s)

Remit to the SDTA office: SDTA • PO Box 89008 • Sioux Falls, SD 57109-9008 • Fax: 605-334-1938 • mlrau@southdakotatrucking.com

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SDTA’s EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Rick Hoogendoorn, Chairman of Board Mike Habeck, Vice Chairman David Bultsma, Treasurer Jeff Gillespie, Secretary Alton Palmer, Past Chairman Myron L. Rau, President Mike Habeck, ATA Vice President

SDTA’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS Justin Anders Linda Bickford Kimberly Bonhart Lloyd Bultsma Robert Christian Brian Clark Art Donovan Bryan Eden Francis Hamm Randy Hartley Larry Klaahsen Stan Kopfmann Jerred Koppmann Jody Kuper Tim Miller Ben Oldenkamp Jerry Ollerich Matt Parker Robert Punt Wade Stebbins Dan Swenson Dave Stoterau Lyn Tschetter John Uhl Jeff Watkins Bud Westendorf Bob Willey

SDTA’s Past Chairpersons Stan Anders Larry Anderson Robert Appelwick Ted Bultsma Rich Burns Darrold Dean Bernard Feldhaus Alton Palmer Jeff Parker Gene Phillips Michelle Schipper Randy Thompson Wayne Viessman Stephen Willers

We are all very acutely aware of the value of drivers and the difficulty at times of retention and hiring, but as an industry we also struggle at times in securing talented diesel technicians as well. I recently had the opportunity to work with Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls in putting together an industry advisory group. This group has been educated about the expansion of their diesel program (doubling in size) and their desire to learn more from the community about suggestions on how to enhance the program. STI wants to make sure that their graduates are skilled in the areas that will meet the demands of our businesses. This in turn will assure high placement rates for their students, as well as satisfied employers that hire them. When I looked around the room, I would have to say that if not every participant was an SDTA member, nearly all were. I don’t mean this as an advertisement for STI as we have a number of other great tech schools in our community, but rather the importance of our membership participating in events such as this, that ultimately benefit our industry. I also was reminded during this meeting that the talented diesel techs are also very hotly sought after by the agriculture community and there are ample job opportunities for the graduates in that line of work. Trucking is certainly not the only industry trying to attract these talented individuals and we need to understand we have plenty of competition for them. I want to thank the SDTA members that took time out of their schedules to attend this meeting. Your efforts once again help direct the endeavors that support our industry. Weather is always an ongoing topic in our state and I think I can safely say that our hearts go out to those that were so negatively impacted by the recent snow storm out west. Growing up on the farm I remember the late days of fall and running cattle in the cornstalks to salvage that last bit of precious corn. Then getting hit by an early ice storm or snow storm, and the all-out efforts to get them to safety. It is a physical and emotional struggle. I am sure my personal experience does not even hit the radar of what some of the ranchers and business people went through. We send them our emotional support and hope they get back on their feet as quickly as possible. It seems we are never too far away from an event or a meeting and we need to keep checking our calendars. Board members, don’t forget about our upcoming board meeting on November 14. For you pheasant hunters, if you want to join the hunt on November 13 you better sign up quick as the first 20 will reserve a spot. Thanks to all of our members for what you do each and every day to support our association. We get stronger and your voice gets heard by more people every day as we gain more and more members. Let’s do what we can to hit 600 members before 2013 runs out!

Rick Hoogendoorn, YRC Freight 3


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There are many signs that the fall season is upon us. Leaves are turning colors and are falling from the trees, a jacket is required when going outside and hunting seasons begin. Those that live in the Black Hills Area of this state have already had a bad taste of winter. In my recent travels to Rapid City, I personally witnessed some of the damage and loss of livestock. At the time of this writing, there are still some areas without electricity. Good thing that South Dakotans are a resilient bunch of folks! Another fall event is the American Trucking Associations annual Management Conference and Exhibition. That annual event is scheduled for October 20 through 23 in sunny Orlando, FL. Your ATA Vice President, Mr. Mike Habeck, and I will be heading to that event to discuss the many issues facing this industry. I look forward to the meeting discussions and to the conversations with members of the trucking industry from all over this country. Another fall event worth mentioning is the fall meeting of the SDTA Board of Directors. That meeting is scheduled for November 14th at the Crossroads Hotel and Convention Center in Huron. Not only will we be discussing the status and business of your South Dakota Trucking Association, we will also be discussing the many issues that challenge the trucking industry. During this meeting, your board of directors also discuss any issues that need the attention of the South Dakota Legislature. Yes, the 2014 Legislative Session is right around the corner! Also keep in mind that every member is invited to attend every board meeting. HONORARY SERVICE AWARD: On Tuesday, October 15th, the SDTA’s Safety Management Council held its monthly meeting. During that meeting, we had lengthy discussions about several very important issues. We talked about the challenges facing drivers regarding their filing of DOT physical test or exemption information with the SD Department of Public Safety. Another time consuming conversation was regarding sleep apnea and the current methodology used by medical personnel in diagnosing that problem. There is one other matter discussed by the Safety Management Council that needs to be highlighted, that being how we do and do not honor drivers. As all of you probably know, the council has a driver of the month program that provides a system and method to honor our best and perhaps most tenured drivers. However, we have never had a system or method in place to honor a driver that loses his or her life while operating a truck. The drivers in this industry drive in all kinds of weather and road conditions each and every day. They can be very conscientious safe drivers but due to a fluke event, they are killed on the job. I therefore applaud the members of SDTA’s Safety Management Council for their unanimous approval of a new “Honorary Service Award.” The award will be given by the Council to any driver, employed by an SDTA Member (whether an employee or owner operator), that is killed while driving for the company. I know that as a company or as an association, we never want to give one of these awards, but if the unfortunate circumstance presents itself it is the least we can do to honor their past dedication to the trucking industry. Thanks for your membership!

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UPDATE FROM THE BLACK HILLS LOG HAULERS ASSOCIATION From the Desk of

Robert Christian Black Hills Log Haulers Association

WOW, winter has defiantly started like a lion! Between this and the government shutdown, I am not sure where to start. Once I have started I am not sure I will stop! At first thought you would think the government shutdown would not affect us too much. But like millions of other Americans, reality set in fast. We are faced with the fact that all forest service timber sales are shut down. One would think they would already be under contract for harvesting. What is even more scary is the thought of only reaching a temporary agreement and facing the same situation again in January. On a little bit of a “positive” note, at least the early fall blizzard came at the same time as the shutdown so we don’t have to deal with both of these situations on two different occasions. I truly hope when you are reading this article the government is back to “functional” status and we are back to work on dry or frozen roads.   The early fall blizzard was not only devastation to the cattle in western South Dakota, but also was to just about every community in the area. There was extensive damage to trees and the cleanup for everyone is overwhelming. It was nice to see the city of Spearfish utilize the log trucks the way they did (see below). There were log trucks equipped with containment units traveling around the community picking up debris. The log trucks were also at the dump sites unloading pickups and trailers at a pace that could not be matched with any better equipment or skilled individuals. After all the snow we were faced with heavy rain fall, which caused flash flooding.  Lawrence County called out log trucks to clean out the downed debris from culverts and bridges. Even as specialized as our equipment is, it seems that we always find a way to rise to the occasion. We have contacted the emergency management of just about every community and every county throughout the Black Hills to try and get them to utilize us in the future. We will also see what we can do to serve on a state level. Fortunately, when these catastrophes happen we are usually unable to haul logs anyway. 

CLEAN UP EFFORTS

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OCTOBER 2013

Driver of the month NOMINATE YOUR DRIVER For SDTA’s Driver of the Month Program!

ALLAN EGGEBRAATEN

PRO HAUL LLC • WOONSOCKET, sd Allan Eggebraaten, Pro Haul, LLC, Woonsocket, SD, has been selected as the October 2013 Driver of the Month by the South Dakota Safety Management Council. Mr.Eggebraaten has logged over 2 million accident-free miles in a professional driving career that spans 20 plus years. Allan is the definition of a “professional driver.” His flawless driving record proves his dedication to his profession. Allan is usually one of the first drivers at work on Monday morning and the one that spends the most time with his pre trip inspection, ensuring his equipment is safe and ready for the roads. Allan understands the importance of keeping current and accurate logs, and his paperwork is turned in weekly. He makes it a point to be up to date with changes to the laws, and shares his findings with his co-workers.

Each month the SDTA Safety Management Council selects one driver to be recognized as the Driver of the Month. Annually the 12 Drivers of the Month interview during the SDTA Convention for the SDTA Driver of the Year. Don’t your drivers deserve to be recognized? Sign them up today! Nomination forms and rules are available online at: www.southdakotatrucking.com. Call Michelle Wells with any questions at the SDTA office at 605-334-8871.

Not only is Allan professional when he is behind the wheel of a semi, he is also a professional with his customers. No matter who he is interacting with he is always respectful and friendly. Pro Haul is regularly receiving calls complimenting Allan on his work. Allan and his wife Laree are the parents of three adult children. They reside in Arlington, SD. SDTA joins the Safety Management Council in congratulating Allan Eggebraaten for being selected as the October 2013 Driver of the Month. 9


Ed Schumann

February 29, 1944 - October 7, 2013 Ed Schumann, 69, passed away on October 7, at Avera McKennan Hospital, in Sioux Falls, SD. Ed has spent the past 28 years working for Jim Hawk Truck Trailer, in Sioux Falls. He will be missed by many family members, as well as his work family. Keep the Schumann’s in your thoughts and in your prayers as they mourn their loss!

Gerald Fry February 11, 1947 - October 7, 2013 Gerald Fry, a driver for T-Brothers, in Sioux Falls, SD, passed away on October 7, 2013, at the age of 66. Gerald was a master at his profession. He was the kind of driver every company wishes they had. T-Brothers will miss him deeply. Memorial contributions can be made to the South Dakota Trucking Association Foundation through the SDTA office in honor of those lost.

Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones

pours through and shines down upon us to let us know that they are happy. -Author Unknown

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Mitchell Technical Institute 2013 Career Expo September 24 -- The South Dakota Trucking Association’s Safety Management Council has participated for the past several years in the Mitchell Technical Institute Career Expo, at the Expo building, in Mitchell, SD. Joe Sandoval, Safety Director for TBI, Inc., in Sioux Falls (pictured left with students) and Michelle Wells, SDTA’s Executive Assistant (not pictured) spent the day in Mitchell talking to nearly 1,200 students ranging from 9th - 12th grade from Mitchell and the surrounding areas. The Safety Management Council uses this opportunity to discuss career choices in the trucking industry. It’s a chance to plant the seed about the potential earnings in the industry and what they can do at this stage in their lives to make it a reality in their future. We thank Mitchell Technical Institute for giving us the opportunity to participate in this annual event!


IMPROVING THE HUMAN CONDITION Lung Cancer Screening: Protect Your Life and Your Breath By Michael Keppen, MD, Sanford Health Oncologist and Hematologist Lung cancer is not a disease that should be ignored. In the United States, lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths, taking the lives of more people each year than breast, colon and prostate cancer combined. People whose livelihood keeps them on the road have extra reasons to be vigilant about lung cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, several studies have shown there may be an increased risk for people who work regularly around diesel fuel exhaust. Truck drivers tend to have higher lung cancer death rates than unexposed workers. What can you do? If detected early, lung cancer treatment rates are more successful. One tool we have for early detection is a low-dose CT scan for lung cancer screening. This screening test uses a computed tomography scan, also known as a CAT scan, to check the lungs for signs of cancer. The scan can often help find lung cancer before symptoms even appear. Those symptoms include: coughing that doesn’t go away, coughing up blood, difficulty breathing, loss of appetite, fatigue and recurring infections, such as bronchitis or pneumonia. A national lung cancer screening trial showed low-dose CT screens could reduce the risk of death by lung cancer by 20 percent. This is similar to the beneficial results seen with breast cancer screening. What’s involved? The scan uses a type of X-ray technology to take a detailed look at your lungs. It is called “low-dose” because the scan uses very little radiation. You receive about the same amount of radiation during the screening that you would when you take a trip on an airplane. There is no risk to your health from the scan. The test is simple and painless. Most examinations last 15 minutes and the actual scanning time is about one minute. Should I participate? In 2013, the United States Preventative Services Task Force recommended people with certain risk factors get a low-dose CT scan once a year. Those risk factors include: being ages 50 to 74 AND being a smoker, or a former smoker who has smoked within the past 15 years. Some other screening criteria may also apply. If you are interested in learning if this screening option is right for you, call (888) 996 – 4673 to pre-qualify. Where is it available? Sanford Health offers this screening test at the Sanford Center for Health and Well-being, located on the Sanford USD Medical Center campus in Sioux Falls, at Sanford Aberdeen Medical Center, in Aberdeen, and through a mobile screening unit that is available throughout the state. Your lungs and your health are important. Take the time to make sure you’re healthy and ready to keep moving down the road. To get more information or to schedule a lung screening test or find a mobile testing screen date near you, call the Sanford Center for Health and Well-being at (888) 996 – 4673. 13


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DEADLINE FOR INCLUDING MEDICAL CERTIFICATATION ON CDLS APPROACHING The South Dakota Driver Licensing Program sent out notification letters on October 18, 2013 to all CDL holders who have not supplied the State with a CDL medical certificate and/or completed a self-certification form.

All drivers must self-certify and/or provide the State with a CDL medical certificate before January 30, 2014 (or earlier if their license is being reissued/renewed). Additional information, (including the medical certificate form and self-certification form) are available on the State website at: http://www.dps.sd.gov/licensing/driver_licensing/cdl_med_cert.aspx If a driver does not need to renew their license, the CDL Medical Certificates and/or selfcertification forms can be mailed, scanned and emailed, or faxed to the central office in Pierre: SD Driver Licensing Program 118 West Capitol Avenue Pierre, SD 57501 Fax: 605.773.3018 Email: DPSCDLMedCert@state.sd.us

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South Dakota's Chapter of the World's Largest Convoy for Special Olympics - Truck Show Winners A special thank you to the companies, drivers, sponsors and volunteers who make this possible! Best of Show Winner:

Million Mile Winner:

Jerry Linander, Linander Trucking

Dale Melin, Dale Melin Trucking

Ugly Duckling Winner:

Combination Winner:

Company Truck Winner:

Wes Brick, Elite Transportation

John Cody, Cody Trucking

Cliff Viessman, Inc.

Participants Choice & Best of Show Lights Winner:

Athlete’s Choice Winner:

Spectator’s Choice Winner:

Jerry Kleinsasser, Three Rivers, LLC

Darrell Tebbe, WN Morehouse Truck Linc, Inc.

Troy Barnhouse, Tony’s Diesel

Hit deer on way to Convoy on side not pictured

Bobtail, Paint & Graphics, Best Interior Winner:

Duane Robideau, Robideau Trucking

Light Show Winners: -- Individual light show pictures were not taken of every truck -Specialty Truck Winner:

Gary Lusk, Sioux Falls Kenworth

Best Combination: Teuine Fluit T&M Enterprises

Best Of Show: Jerry Kleinsasser Three Rivers LLC

Best Bobtail: Wilber Prins Prins Trucking

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THANKS TO ALL REGISTRANTS!

WE HAD RECORD NUMBERS!

2014 Convoy Date: September 19-20 ~ Come for the athletes ~ Stay for the Fun ~ Return for the Memories! 19


Front Row: Jerry Linander, Jerry Linander Trucking; Darrell Tebbe, W.N. Morehouse Truck Line, Inc.; Jerry Kleinsasser, THREE RIVERS, LLC; Middle Row: David Hackrott, Anderson Landscaping; Wilber Prins, Prins Trucking; kyle Johnson, Alan Henderschiedt Trucking; Gary Lusk, Sioux Falls Kenworth; chuck small, melin travel service; Mike Johnson, Western Provisions; John Cody, Cody Trucking; Troy Barnhouse, TDS Trucking; Back Row: wendell “Mike” Hofer, wendell hofer trucking; Wesley Wulf, Bull It Angus; bubba Ridings, Bull It Angus; Dennis Meyer, Cliff Viessman, Inc.; Gary Schmidt, Cliff Viessman, Inc.; Rollie Kruze, Cliff Viessman, Inc.; Dale Melin, Dale Melin Trucking; Todd Foster, Concrete Materials; Tuine Fluit, T&M Enterprises; Duane Robideau, Robideau Trucking; Wes Brick, Elite Transportation

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SMITH LEASING, INC.

1 New Member Recruited by: Larry Thury

4 New Members Recruited by: I State Truck Center

3 New Members Recruited by: SD Trucking Association

Mike Smith 1451 Josten Road Worthington, MN 56187 Phone: 507-376-7100 Fax: 507-372-4872 mike.smith@smithtruckinginc.com www.smithtruckinginc.com Sponsored by: I State Truck Center

WORTHINGTON TRACTOR PARTS, INC. Nick Moeller Corporate Office: 6901 East Fish Lake Road Maple Grove, MN 55369

South Dakota Office: 2510 9th Ave SW Watertown, SD 57201 jbjerke@worthingtonagparts.com www.worthingtonagparts.com Type of Service: Flatbed / Heavy Sponsored by: I State Truck Center

DO YOU KNOW A COMPANY THAT SHOULD BE A MEMBER OF SDTA? Applications are online at:

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IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER: • SDTA Fall Executive Committee Meeting - Crossroads Hotel & Event Center, Huron at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, with dinner served during the meeting. • SDTA Fall Board Meeting – Crossroads Hotel & Event Center, Huron at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 14, 2013, with the Annual Guided Pheasant hunt scheduled to start at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 13th at Stan’s Inc., east of Alpena, SD. • East River Legislative Reception - Callaway’s, 500 East 69th Street, Sioux Falls on Wednesday, December 4, 2013, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. (east river time). • West River Legislative Reception - Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, Rapid City - Monday, December 9, 2013, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. (west river time). • SDTA Winter Executive Committee Meeting - 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 16, 2014 with dinner served during the meeting. • SDTA Winter Board of Directors Meeting - 10:00 a.m. on Monday, February 17, 2014 with a Board of Directors Dinner at 5:30 p.m. In the evening, we will hold the annual legislative reception and sundae bar. The SDTA Executive Committee will meet jointly with the SDADA Executive Committee in the afternoon of Monday, February 17, 2014. • SDTA Truck Driving Championships – Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Southeast Area Technical Institute, in Sioux Falls. • Warehouseman & Movers Conference – (tentative) May 16 through 18, 2014, at the Blue Bell Lodge in Custer State Park. • Wheel Jam at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron - June 6 through 8, 2014. • SDTA Executive Committee will meet in the afternoon of Wednesday, June 11, 2014. The Calcutta for the Annual Cliff Tjaden Fishing Event will take place over dinner that evening. • Annual Cliff Tjaden Fishing Event on Thursday, June 12, 2014, with boats launching on the Missouri River at 8:00 a.m. and returning for weigh-in at 3:30 p.m. with dinner to follow at the Redrossa Restaurant next to the Clubhouse Inn & Suites, Pierre. • SDTA Summer Board Meeting – 9:00 a.m. on Friday, June 13, 2014, at the Clubhouse Inn & Suites, Pierre. Meeting of the Agricultural Commodities Conference and the Log Haulers Conference will take place in conjunction with the meeting of SDTA BOD. • SDTA East River Golf Outing at the Brandon Golf Course – 10:00 a.m. shotgun start on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. • SDTA West River Golf Outing at the Elks Golf Course – 10:00 a.m. shotgun start on Friday, June 27, 2014. • 7th Annual West River Poker Run for Truck PAC, Saturday, June 28, 2014 in the Rapid City area. • National Truck Driving Championships – August 12 through 16, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA. • SDTA Annual Convention – Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, Rapid City, SD on September 3 through 5, 2014. 23


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE COMPANY CITY RICK HOOGENDOORN, cHAIRMAN YRC sioux falls MIKE HABECK, vice chairman HabECk Trucking Belle Fourche DAVID BULTSMA, TREASURER D&J BULTSMA TRUCKING PLATTE jeff gillespie, secretary mct transportation llc sioux falls ALTON PALMER, PAST CHAIRMAN Alton Palmer Trucking LLC RAPID CITY MYRON L. RAU, PRESIDENT sdta SIOUX FALLS BOARD OF DIRECTORS COMPANY CITY Justin Anders Anders Trucking Union Center LINDA BICKFORD QUALITY TRUCK INSURANCE RAPID CITY KIMBERLY BONHART UNITED PARCEL SERVICE LEAWOOD, KS LLOYD BULTSMA LLOYD BULTSMA TRUCKING SIOUX FALLS ROBERT CHRISTIAN BLACK HILLS LOG HAULERS ASSOC. RAPID CITY BRIAN CLARK ZOMER BROS. SIOUX FALLS ART DONOVAN DEAN FOODS / LAND O’LAKES SIOUX FALLS BRYAN EDEN BUTLER MACHINERY COMPANY SIOUX FALLS FRANCIS HAMM TRIMAC TRANSPORTATION RAPID CITY Randy Hartley Hartley Transportation, INc. Watertown LARRY KLAAHSEN DAKOTA TRUCK UNDERWRITERS SIOUX FALLS STAN KOPFMANN STANS, INC. ALPENA jerrEd KOPPMANN NORTH WESTERN WAREHOUSE RAPID CITY Jody kuper valley queen cheese factory milbank BEN OLDENKAMP OLDENKAMP TRUCKING KENNEBEC JERRY OLLERICH JERRY OLLERICH TRUCKING SIOUX FALLS MATT PARKER PARKER MOVING & STORAGE SIOUX FALLS ROBERT PUNT ROBERT PUNT TRUCKING STICKNEY WADE STEBBINS East West logistics llc piedmont Dave Stoterau CHS TRANSPORTATION SIOUX FALLS DAN SWENSON Pro Haul, LLC woonsocket LYN TSCHETTER THERMO KING OF SIOUX FALLS SIOUX FALLS JOHN UHL GREAT WEST CASUALTY CO. S. SIOUX CITY, NE JEFF WATKINS SIOUX FALLS TRUCK & TRAILER SIOUX FALLS BUD WESTENDORF CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER LLC SIOUX FALLS BOB WILLEY BOB WILLEY TRUCKING GETTYSBURG TIM MILLER SDTA SAFETY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL PAST CHAIRPERSONS COMPANY CITY alton palmer alton palmer trucking rapid city WAYNE VIESSMAN CLIFF VIESSMAN, INC. GARY STAN ANDERS ANDERS TRUCKING UNION CENTER LARRY ANDERSON a & a express, inc. brandon MICHELLE SCHIPPER K & J TRUCKING, INC. SIOUX FALLS BERNARD FELDHAUS, JR. FELDHAUS TRUCKING HOWARD DARROLD DEAN DIZCO, INC. SIOUX FALLS GENE PHILLIPS B & G TRANSPORTATION MADISON RICH BURNS BURNS MOVING & STORAGE SIOUX FALLS TED BULTSMA BULTSMA TRUCK LINE PLATTE RANDY THOMPSON TBI, INC. SIOUX FALLS

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