Little Pink Houses of Hope was founded three years ago by Jeanine Patten-Coble, the wife of a former subcontractor for CTL. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and found there was a lot of support services offered for her but very few if any for her family accompanying her on her journey. After undergoing her own treatment plan she started LPHOH which provides week long retreats for breast cancer patients and their families throughout the Unites States. As a business, CTL recognizes and values the family support of our Professional Drivers and other employees, and we therefore felt LPHOH’s goals fit well with our corporate culture. Breast Cancer has impacted the lives of many CTL employees’ family members and loved ones.
It was CTL’s President Tony Capps who thought what better way to help spread the word about LPHOH than on CTL’s tractors and trailers running coast to coast throughout the United States on a daily basis. He believes in paying it forward, that giving back to the community is important and hopes the LPHOH logo on CTL’s trucks will help spread the word about it.
CTL’s Professional Driving Team was excited to have the LPHOH logo added to the tractors and trailers; they say they have received nothing but positive comments about the logo including many questions about LPHOH from customers and the public. In addition, LPHOH has reported many Facebook friends and former retreat guests have spotted the trucks throughout the country. Most recently Carolina Tank Lines has been noted on the application as the source of how the applicant was made aware of LPHOH. And for our CTL team, that is what it’s all about!
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Carolina Tank Lines President, Tony Capps with Little Pink House Founder, Jeanine Patten-Coble