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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: 01/27/2017
Press Contact: cratts@retrans.com / 901-312-2722

Transportation Club of Memphis Announces 2017 Board of Directors

Memphis, TN – The Transportation Club of Memphis (TCOM) announces the appointment of four new members to serve on the organization’s 2017 Board of Directors.

The current board of TCOM is happy to welcome the following new board members:

  • Robin Colwell: Campus Director, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Brian Celosky: Terminal Manager, Total Transportation of MS
  • Julian Prewitt: Assistant Manager, Intermodal Operations, Cornerstone Systems
  • Courtney Ratts: Logistics Manager, ReTrans, Inc.

Continuing their service on the Board are Ken Opperman, Chip Riley, Larry Mays, Trip Wiygul, and Jim DeWeese.
Additionally, TCOM extends special thanks to the board members who concluded service in 2016: Bobbi Caccamisi, Chrissy Geibel, Chris Harrison, and Whitney Rosenblatt.

The 2017 board of the Transportation Club of Memphis includes the following industry leaders:

  • President: Robin Colwell: Campus Director, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Vice President: Jim DeWeese: Senior Account Manager, ABF Freight
  • Secretary / Treasurer: Ken Opperman: Terminal Manager, Jamac Logistics
  • Brian Celosky: Terminal Manager, Total Transportation of MS
  • Julian Prewitt: Assistant Manager, Intermodal Operations, Cornerstone Systems
  • Marty Morelli: Solutions Specialist, Old Dominion Freight Line
  • Larry Mays: Logistics Manager, Buckman Laboratories
  • Trip Wiygul: Vice President, National Accounts, Total Transportation of MS
  • Courtney Ratts: Logistics Manager, ReTrans, Inc.
  • John Brewer: Logistics and Distribution Manager, ACH Food Companies

About Transportation Club of Memphis
Founded in 1913, the Transportation Club of Memphis focuses on the successful growth and evolution of the transportation and logistics industry in Memphis and throughout the world. The Club is composed of individuals from all aspects of the movement of goods within the U.S. and globally. The goals of the Club are to promote greater knowledge in the traffic, transportation and logistics field by the exchange of information, experiences and ideas; develop appreciation of the profession; and encourage continuation of the profession by offering college scholarships.
For more information, please visit http://www.trafficclubofmemphis.com/