Blue, USA’s “Ask
Radio Marathon program starts
VAN NUYS, California
– August 18, 2005 –
Ol’ Blue, USA®,
along with officials from
law enforcement, will be in
the studios of ABC Radio the
fourth week of August. They
will be heard on the Midnight
Trucking Radio Network,
based in Arlington, TX, and
on Sirius Satellite Radio’s
Road Café, broadcasting
from its Dallas, TX, studios,
doing 18 hours “live”
of Ol’ Blue, USA’s
“Ask The Law”
radio program, from August
23 through August 26.
The purpose of the “Ask the Law” radio program is to have truckers
call in and pose questions relating to safety and legal issues concerning commercial
vehicles. As you might imagine, this often makes for lively discussions, and
the program has developed a huge following and listenership.
Joining Ol’ Blue, USA’s Founder RJ Taylor will be Sr. Trooper Monty
Dial with the Texas Highway Patrol (Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Div.). On
Tuesday, August 23, Sgt. Jim Brokaw with the Nebraska State Patrol (Carrier
Enforcement Div.) will be the special guest. On Wednesday August 24, the special
guest will be Officer Dana Proffet with the Indiana State Police (Motor Carrier
To participate in Ol’ Blue, USA’s “Ask The Law” on
the Midnight Trucking Radio Network, phone 1-800-288-9227. To reach Ol’
Blue, USA’s “Ask The Law” on the Open Road Café, the
number to call is 1-888-782-5966.
Scheduled Dates and
Midnight Trucking Radio Network:
Tuesday, Aug. 23, midnight to 5 a.m. Central Time - a total of 5 hours “live.”
Open Road Café:
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 6 a.m. to
10 a.m. Central Time - a total
of 4 hours “live.”
Wednesday, Aug. 24, 5 a.m.
to 10 a.m. Central Time -
a total of 5 hours “live.”
Thursday, Aug 25, noon to
2 p.m. Central Time - “live
from the GATS”.
Friday, Aug 26, 10 a.m. to
noon Central Time - ”live
from the GATS”.
“Ask The Law” also has an Internet program at www.AskTheLaw.org
Founded in 1986, Ol’ Blue, USA (United Safety Alliance, Inc.) is a non-profit
501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to highway safety education, and to improving
relations between the motoring public, law enforcement and commercial drivers.
It works toward these goals by conducting free programs at truck industry events,
truck stops, community events and public schools around the country, and through
its various programs on trucker’s radio heard throughout North America.
These programs take place during Ol’ Blue, USA’s annual Safety
Tour with its 1951 tractor and 53-foot “rolling billboard” trailer.
This trailer showcases sponsor logos and serves as the stage for the Ol’
Blue team’s mock truck inspections and other safety demonstrations. For
details visit Ol’ Blue, USA’s Safety Tour page www.SafetyTour.org.
The “Ask the Law” program, sponsored in part by ALCOA
Wheel Products, is broadcast live throughout North America four times each
Additional information about Ol’ Blue, USA and its many programs is available
by visiting its Website at www.OlBlueUSA.org
or by sending an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.