Transportation Impact donates $50,000 in honor of Carteret Community College 50th anniversary

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Emerald Isle, N.C. (April 3, 2013) – Transportation Impact is proud to announce a $50,000 to Carteret Community College in honor of the college’s 50th anniversary. With the donation, the Emerald Isle-based parcel spend management firm becomes the official sponsor for the year-long event and plans to see an increased roll with CCC.

The funds will go towards annual scholarships for CCC students as well as to help funding much-needed staff-related budgets that the college says have been cut due to the tough economy.

“Our local community means a lot to us as people and as a company,” said company Co-Founder, Keith Byrd. “We are thrilled to be in a position to help the college in any way we can, and it is our hope that this pledge will go a long way toward helping the college continue on its mission of preparing the citizens of Carteret and surrounding counties for entry into the workforce.”

About Carteret Community College

Carteret Community College is a comprehensive community college offering educational and job training opportunities from university transfer and job specific associate degrees to vocational, technical, basic skills, and life enrichment programs.   The college’s Corporate and Community Education Division provides custom-tailored training for a wide-variety of businesses and industry sectors.  During 2013, the college is celebrating 50 years of student and community success.

About Transportation Impact

Transportation Impact is a parcel spend-management firm headquartered in Emerald Isle, N.C. Founded in 2008, the company offers parcel audit and carrier contract negotiation solutions to companies with a minimum net spend of $200,000 on FedEx and/or UPS parcel shipping services. For more information, visit www.transportationimpact.com.

Media contact:

Brandon Staton
(252) 764-2885
bstaton@transportationimpact.com
8002 Emerald Drive
Ste. B
Emerald Isle, NC 28594

 

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