Harman named to Truck Driver Hall of Fame

Gene Harman from Walnut Grove, with Performance Foodservice was inducted into the International Food-service Distributors Association’s Truck Driver Hall of Fame.
IFDA and its member companies promote a culture of safety as food- service distributors deliver food and supplies to restaurants, school cafeterias and hospitals-- over one million professional kitchens across North America. This annual program casts a spotlight
on the industry’s top drivers for their outstanding records of service, safety and skill.
Harman has been driving for 30 years with an exemplary record, providing for his family and making lasting friendships and professional relationships along his stops with customers.
A total of 67 drivers
were inducted into the 2019 Hall of Fame class. There are over 130,000 foodservice distribution drivers currently on the road, but only those with the best safety records and longevity of service qualify for the IFDA Truck Driver Hall of Fame.
To be eligible, the driver must have at least 25 years of employment with
an IFDA member company with no chargeable accidents and may not have any moving violations within the last 5 years.
The 2019 class will be honored at the IFDA Dis- tribution Solutions Conference on the morning of Oct. 29 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.


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