TQL Gives Back With "Paint the Town" 2007

Cincinnati, OH - On June 9, 2007, a group of employees from Cincinnati based logistics company, Total Quality Logistics, gave back to the community by sponsoring and painting a house in the annual "Paint the Town" event hosted by Give Back Cincinnati. This was the second year TQL participated in the event and the first year sponsoring a home.

This year 24 TQL employees volunteered to paint their company sponsored house in the local community of College Hill.

"TQL was one of our largest teams and tackled one of the project's largest homes. The homeowners were overwhelmed by the TQL volunteers' commitment and work," said "Paint the Town" organizer Johnmark Oudersluys. "The team kept energy high throughout the day and was the first to complete their home in area 6."

"Paint the Town" is in its seventh year as an event hosted by Give Back Cincinnati. With a total of almost 1,000 volunteers, and 35 painted homes, this year's "Paint the Town" the most successful to date.

"I'm both pleased, and honored that our employees recognize the importance of community involvement and participated in such a large way with this year's Paint the Town," said Ken Oaks, President and CEO of TQL. "We are proud of our employees who make it a priority to support our local communities."



Total Quality Logistics is a premier non-asset based third party logistics provider that works with thousands of companies nationwide in facilitating their truckload freight shipments. Consistently ranked as one of America s fastest growing privately held companies by INC 500, TQL strives to be the most trusted and reliable transportation provider in the business. In 2006, Total Quality Logistics was a finalist in the Greater Cincinnati Best Places to Work competition. To learn more about TQL and its superior service or for employment opportunities visit www.TQL.com.



Give Back Cincinnati is a local nonprofit organization working to improve area neighborhoods through volunteerism and civic participation. Starting in 2000 as a small group of friends wanting to reach out, the organization has grown to over 2400 members. Each year Give Back Cincinnati hosts a number of events to enhance the appearance and well being of the local communities. Many of the events further motivate the community members for further improvement, as this year s Paint the Town inspired the College Hill community to go out and paint their town hall. To learn more about Give Back Cincinnati and ways you can help visit www.givebackcincinnati.org.

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