Preston, Maryland—March 26, 2021—Choptank Transport is proud to announce it accepted the “Ambassador of the Year” award this week at the Caroline County Chamber of Commerce 2021 Best in Business Awards dinner.
PRESTON, MARYLAND – December 2, 2020 - Choptank Transport is not only celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year, it will be the company’s ninth year supplying annual Thanksgiving food donations for area families who are food insecure.
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EASTON, MARYLAND – November 19, 2020 – Choptank Transport hosted its second annual charity golf tournament, “10 Better Than Par – First Responders’ Edition” on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at Hog Neck Golf Course. The skies were blue, the temperature was perfect, and the event was a huge success raising $30,000 dollars for ten local first-responder organizations. Combined with last year’s total, the 10 Better Than Par tournaments have raised over $50,000 for charities.
Photo above taken at last year's inaugural 10 Better than Par luncheon where ten local charities were awarded the proceeds of the event.
Choptank Transport, a nationally recognized, full-service logistics provider headquartered in Preston, Maryland, has announced it is forging ahead with this year’s 2nd annual charity golf tournament, “10 Better Than Par.” Proceeds from the event will benefit ten organizations representing the Mid-Shore's brave and dedicated first responders.
The tournament will be held again at Hog Neck Golf Course on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Sponsorship levels are available for diamond, platinum, gold, silver, and hole sponsors. Players and sponsors can Sign Up Here.
The pandemic has disrupted communities across the United States in many ways. Volunteer Fire Departments, for example, rely heavily on annual fundraisers, but because of COVID-19, they have not been able to hold their events.
Photo (L-R): Samantha Figueroa- Food Service Operations Manager and to the right Mary Bailey-Denton Elementary Cafeteria Manager.
It’s a familiar sight on local roads—the grey Ford Transit, affectionally known as “the Chopvan.” It’s Choptank Transport’s goodwill ambassador on wheels, and during the COVID-19 crisis, it has come to the rescue, joining the fleet of vehicles delivering meals to local children and elderly stuck at home during the pandemic.
When the pandemic forced the closing of schools in mid-March, Caroline County Public Schools (CCPS) remained committed to providing healthy meals for its students. The delivery of these meals has continued through the summer meal program and has expanded to include local seniors in need.
Choptank Transport, a nationally recognized, full-service logistics provider headquartered in Preston, Maryland, donated more than 1,500 meals to seniors and families in need in Talbot and Caroline counties this week.
Area charities received cases of family-sized frozen lasagna dinners and canned salmon to distribute to local members of the community who have been hit especially hard during the COVID-19 crisis. These donations from Choptank were distributed to St. Vincent de Paul in Easton, Hurlock Methodist Church, Food for Learning in Denton, and the Neighborhood Service Center in Easton.
Choptank Transport, a nationally recognized, full-service logistics provider headquartered in Preston, Maryland, along with four other local businesses, has been the first to donate to the areas’ Mid-Shore Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund.
PRESTON, MARYLAND – March 20, 2020, Choptank Transport announced today the implementation of a generous and unprecedented initiative to help both employees and local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis.
Choptank Transport and ten local charities celebrated the success of Choptank’s first charity golf tournament, 10 Better Than Par, on September 28, 2019, by hosting a luncheon at the company’s headquarters in Preston, Maryland. In addition to the ten charities, the first, second, and third-place winners of the helicopter ball drop were in attendance along with many of the employee volunteers that made the tournament possible.
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