July 2013

This July we are profiling companies around Ohio who help move the transportation industry in our "Keep on Truckin" theme. Airstream, Inc., in Shelby County, is the oldest RV manufacturer in the country and still makes all of their world-renowned silver trailers and coaches in west central Ohio. 7x77 Cycles, Inc., is a unique nonprofit in Ashland County who donate all profits from their online retail motorcycle parts and accessories business to help at-risk youth. M&M Delivery, LLC, in Noble County, make hauling large loads a breeze with their fleet of flatbed and dump trucks and their 21 years of experience. Kumler Collision, in Fairfield County, started working on buggies and Model A's in 1928 and are still working on anything with wheels today. AMP Electric Vehicles, in Hamilton County, is a high tech manufacturer whose specializes in the development of all-electric, zero-emission power trains for many popular vehicle makes and models. Stonebraker's Transit, LLC, in Belmont County, started with one truck in 2006 and have since expanded their fleet to help transport oversized and legal loads all across the Eastern U.S. Rife's Autobody, in Franklin County, has nearly 70 years' experience in auto collision repair and antique restoration and is currently in its third generation of family ownership.

Whether you are looking for some commercial trucking expertise, recreational fun, or just need to get your own car back on the road, Ohio is full of businesses who can help you get from point A to B with ease.

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