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The Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association announced last month that Alyn Jones has been selected as its 2020 Driver of the Year.
Jones, a Martin-Brower Co. driver, has driven professionally for 44 years and has traveled 4.3 million miles without an accident.
“Alyn Jones embodies what it means to be a professional truck driver,” said WMCA President Neal Kedzie. “His impeccable safe driving record and selfless donation of his time to worthy volunteer causes have earned him the honor of being named Driver of the Year. Alyn is a source of inspiration for all pilots to be the best in their field and in their community.
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To be nominated for WMCA Driver of the Year, the driver’s employer must be a member of the association and the driver must reside in Wisconsin. They are selected on the basis of their safety record, performance and service.
As part of the honor, Jones received a commemorative jacket, belt buckle, personalized license plate and a Commendation from Governor Tony Evers.
Outside of trucking, Jones volunteers with several organizations, including the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
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