One of the nicest moments at the 23rd annual Loggers & Truckers Convention, held on Oct. 22 at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel in Bartlett, N.H., came when longtime NHTOA member Rocky Bunnell donned a special Carhartt jacket. Earlier this year, Rocky was honored with the President's Award from the American Logging Council for his many years of tireless advocacy on behalf of loggers, foresters, and the forestry community. The jacket was a special recognition for the honor Rocky received.

"The future of our industry is up to us," he said as he pushed his arms through the jacket's sleeves. "We are the best advocates for our businesses. Let's not ever hesitate to spread the good word about all that we do."

 

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