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The Extreme Truckers Show™ live from Nashville July 12, 2012. Good Evening and welcome aboard The Extreme Truckers Show™ Tonight we are kicking off our summer season Health and Safety episode with guests from Fusion Health, Celadon, Sleeper Lock and IM-Safe. Chelle Phiffner VP Strategic Employer Solutions for Fusion Health along with Paul Will Vice Chairman, President and COO of Celadon Group Inc. are here to discuss Fusion Healths Trucking Fleet of the Year Award and what made Celadon the first recepient. Chelle will give us some insight on how these awards are bringing health issues to the forefront of the trucking industry. Keeping our drivers safe on the road is right up there with truckers health and our next guest does both with his invention Sleeper Lock. Ralph Roberto is a former truck driver and he knows exactly how to keep the intruders out of your cab while letting you, the driver have a safe and peaceful nights sleep. With Sleeper Lock "Its all about he driver". Our NHRA Shumacher Racing event update is brought to you by Justin Jones. Justin works onSpencer Massey's FRAM Top Fuel Team Lets congratulate them on their winning weekend in Norwalk OH. Our next guest is Dennis Golden CEO of IM-Safe. IM-Safe is a training and education firm specializing in personal safety and personal defense seminars and workshops. His specialty is working with women to empower them in difficult and dangerous situations. Tonight we take questions from our twitter page from women truck drivers regarding specific situations they have been involved in and Dennis will answer their questions on air. What a treat our musical guest is West Virginia recording artist Ashley McMillen here to share two awesome songs "Moma" and "Poor Thing" Tune in and enjoy the conversation.
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