On August 30th Jordan Carriers, Inc. coordinated with several local businesses, residents as well as many Jordan Carriers employees to take part in a disaster relief effort for the victims of the 2017 Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Two of our long time drivers made the long distance travel on two separate occasions in order to deliver aid to those devastated by the wrath of hurricane, “Harvey”. The delivered donations included water, generators, clothing, diapers, cleaning supplies, and more. These efforts were heartfelt and given through the great volunteer work of many Natchez and other Miss-Lou area citizens. We give a special thanks to all of those who participated and volunteered their time and donations. Our thoughts and prayers continue for all of those affected by the storm.
Alright Jordan Drivers it’s time to show the Facebook world the life of a Jordan Driver on the road. This will be a contest to see who can submit the best photo, video, wall post, etc. Your goal is to display what you think best depicts Trucking; this will be a behind the scenes view of your job. However to make this the best competition yet, the Winner Will Receive a Bluetooth Headset!! So start thinking of ideas and get those posts in to Facebook; it’s time to show A Day in the Life of a Driver!
Do not let Participation in this contest jeopardize the safe manner in which you do your job and operate your truck.
On May 24th Jordan Heavy Haul coordinated with the Harley Davidson Renegade Hog Chapter and Jesse’s Welding to take part in a disaster relief effort for the victims of the 2013 Oklahoma Tornado disaster. A convoy of police cruisers, motorcycles, and two trailers hauling 40,000 lbs. of supplies made the long distance travel in order to aid those devastated by the series of tornadoes that hit the Oklahoma area. The supplies included water, food, clothing, diapers, trash bags, and more. These efforts were heartfelt and given through the great volunteer work of many Natchez and Alexandria citizens. This milestone was a very special one to Jordan Carriers as it was one of the first major relief efforts we have been able to aid. Attached is an album of photos from the loading of the trucks, and link to the YouTube video of the convoy. We give a special thanks to all of those who participated and volunteered their time to help the families in Oklahoma, and continue to send our thoughts to all of those affected by the storm.