In addition to the benefits our partnership levels afford, TAT offers a variety of ways to engage your employees and customers in the fight against human trafficking.
Employee Engagement: Equip and empower your workforce to recognize and report this crime, and create other meaningful opportunities to volunteer, fundraise, spread the word and improve employee morale.
Customer Engagement: Engaging employees, business associates and customers directly through the distribution of TAT materials, (and training where applicable), moves them from passive bystanders to engaged citizens, improving customer loyalty, good-will for your brand and the observation of your values to those with whom you do business. It also fosters a meaningful culture of stewardship for your employees.
Cause-Related Marketing Campaigns: Leveraging consumer demand for socially conscious companies, and the general public’s ever-growing desire to combat human trafficking, we will work with your company to develop a campaign that thoughtfully and strategically aligns our mission with your brand in order to improve customer loyalty.
From our partners ...
“The day we decided to support Truckers Against Trafficking was the day we became aware that as an organization we could make a difference. We know that our drivers and employees have the capability to bring kids home and help stop trafficking just by being aware of their surroundings and making the call. Thanks, TAT, for letting us be a part of your wonderful efforts!”– Julie Durr, Director of Events and Employee Recognition, Heartland Express
“By partnering with Truckers Against Trafficking, Meritor and other industry leaders are committed to help rescue the victims of human trafficking across the nation.”– Krista Sohm, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Meritor
“Truckers Against Trafficking amplifies truck drivers’ power to better the world as our nation’s roadways’ eyes and ears. Peterbilt is proud to stand with TAT in their mission of encouraging drivers to protect innocent individuals and combat human trafficking.”– Victor Garcia, Senior Industrial Engineer, Peterbilt Motors Company