Safety

SBF to spotlight school bus heroes

Posted on October 28, 2010
A new feature in SCHOOL BUS FLEET will profile people in pupil transportation who have saved a life or performed some other heroic act. 
Photo by Barry Johnson
A new feature in SCHOOL BUS FLEET will profile people in pupil transportation who have saved a life or performed some other heroic act.
Photo by Barry Johnson

Calling all heroes!

A new feature in SCHOOL BUS FLEET will profile people in the industry who have saved a life or performed some other heroic act.

Candidates should work in pupil transportation in some capacity, and their heroism — whether it was on or off the job — should have taken place approximately within the past year.

If you know of someone who fits that description, send us an e-mail at [email protected] with a brief explanation of his or her daring deed.

We’ll accept nominations until Friday, Nov. 12.

 

Comments ( 1 )
  • Mike

     | about 7 years ago

    GREAT IDEA! - Long over due. School bus drivers are TRUE HEREOS everyday they drive.

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