NEWS BRIEF - TransCore Earns First Annual Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) Membership Referral Award

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TransCore has received the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s (TIA) first annual membership referral award. This recognition was the result of securing the most new members for the TIA by regular and associate members of the organization.

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New members are critical to the vitality of any professional organization and contributing to this important endeavor gives us a tremendous sense of pride.

"We are honored to be the inaugural recipient of this prestigious award," said Don Thornton, senior vice president of enterprise sales for TransCore's 3sixty Transportation Solutions Group. "New members are critical to the vitality of any professional organization and contributing to this important endeavor gives us a tremendous sense of pride."

TransCore has been a member of the TIA for more than 25 years, and this recognition further demonstrates TransCore's commitment to the industry as a whole as well as the association. TransCore's Robert Hughes, Pat Leahy and Steve Blair were all instrumental in securing both the referrals and new members. The award was presented to the TransCore team at the 2008 TIA 30th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Washington DC.

About Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)

TIA is the premier organization for third-party logistics professionals doing business in North America - providing resources, education, information, advocacy and connections to establish, maintain and expand ethical, profitable and growing businesses in services to their customers.

About TransCore

TransCore is dedicated to driving inefficiencies out of surface transportation through innovation, utilizing our expertise in systems integration, design consulting, operations, maintenance, manufacturing, enabling RFID and satellite communications technology, and our extensive Web-based logistics and transportation management systems.

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