LATC Mission Statement
"Holding true to our traditional values, we will provide transportation professionals, shippers and suppliers a forum to foster relationships, share ideas and solutions while raising funds to support our membership and communities."
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The Los Angeles Transportation Club was incorporated in 1924 as a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing transportation professionals, shippers and suppliers a forum to foster relationships, share ideas and solutions as well as promote the contributions that the industry offers to global commerce. Its number one priority is to make sure that this club provides value to its members and the community at large.
Over the years, the LATC has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for various Charities, that include the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Habitat for Humanity-Orange County, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles, City of Hope, Ronald McDonald House and Sharefest as well as offering Scholarships to the general membership (General application) & CSULB applicants (GLS-CITT Application) to hundreds of young people.
In addition to the scholarships, LATC was one of the founding groups to establish the CSULB Richard Hollingsworth Endowment and the LATC Endowment at CSULB.
LATC recruits seven new members during the month of May 2016
Programs & Events
Annual Union Pacific Day at LATC Keynote: Sam Calabro, AVP Domestic Intermodal Sales
August Executive Speaker Series Meeting: Senior Executive Old Dominion Freight Line
LATC Executive Speaker Series - David R. Parker, Covenant Transport
Transportattion Night At Knott's Berry Farm
LATC Executive Speaker Series - October 11
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Scholarships & Charities