Two Social Networks for the Trucker are Hitched

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Layover.com, the leading web destination and professional resource for over-the-road truck drivers has acquired the fast-growing trucker social networking website MyTruckingSpace.com.

Layover.com, the leading web destination and professional resource for over-the-road truck drivers has acquired the fast-growing trucker social networking website MyTruckingSpace.com. Layover.com will merge its social networking site MyLayover.com with MyTruckingspace.com to expand each site's already large network of trucker-specific tools and create one superior social networking experience for the trucking professional.

The newly merged website, to be called MyTruckingSpace.com, brings the full power of the latest internet-based social networking tools to bear and puts them at the fingertips of the driver. The combined features of each site will provide a trucking-specific destination for truck drivers nationwide to connect with each other, their families, and their communities.

Existing and new users can now take full advantage of creating their own blog, uploading their pictures from the road, as well as uploading and posting their own videos. With both sites combined, truck drivers can continue to build an online community with more features than ever before and can now have quick and easy access to Layover.com's job searching, CDL test practice, and in-depth articles and columns by trucking professionals. "Members can upload photos, videos, and music and create their own photo galleries of their road trips, their families, or just about anything they wish," states J.W. Lessing, founder of MyTruckingSpace.com. "MyTruckingSpace.com has a library of current music and music videos and also allows members to create their own websites and fill them with features from the site. Users on MyTruckingSpace can now add Layover's superior job searching and professional content to their own web space or blog and have easier access to all that Layover.com offers."

MyTruckingSpace and MyLayover combine the best of the popular tools and features found on the latest social sites such as Flickr, YouTube! MySpace, and others. "Being able to communicate over long distances, among people all over the country, with pictures, video, blogs, and other media is the strength of the internet," describes Bruce Martin, President of Layover.com. "Of course, long-haul truckers have been doing this forever in one form or another, which makes these social networking tools ideal for the driver and their community. Layover.com's professional network and MyTruckingSpace's personal social network are a perfect match. J.W. has set up a great resource for the social side of trucking that is perfect with how we want to serve our users. We truly feel that the combination of sites will give truckers a unique and superior experience with a load of tools to meet just about every need or style."

MyTruckingSpace.com and MyLayover.com expect to be fully integrated and all features available to users within the next 60 days.

Layover.com is the leading website for connecting truckers and companies, finding truck driving jobs, and publishing relevant content written by trucking professionals. Layover.com offers many new and innovative advertising options that allow trucking companies the ability to cost effectively reach their target market. Layover.com has worked with some of country's leading trucking companies and continues to be one of the most popular forms of advertising to truck drivers online. For more information on Layover.com's advertising packages please call 877-452-9683 x 227 or email sales(at)layover.com.

MyTruckingSpace.com is the fastest growing social network website for the trucking professional, offering a new way to build personal and professional communities in the digital age.

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