Land Line Magazine is the business magazine for professional truckers and the official publication of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (www.ooida.com). Editorial policy encompasses informing truckers, the trucking industry and various government agencies about issues related to the industry. News and feature articles are designed to keep professional truckers updated on legislation, industry activities and trends. Land Line Magazine has a direct mail circulation of more than 213,000 that includes owner-operators, small fleet owners and professional drivers. Land Line Magazine is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
|Business & Production Manager||Kim Borron|
|Art Director||Debbie Johnson|
|Production & Ad Traffic Coordinator||Sharon Costanza|
|Production Assistant||Nikohle Barnes|
|Circulation Director||Pam Perry|
|Senior Advertising Account Representative||Alex Gates|
|Advertising Account Representative||Tim Kelly|
|Managing Editor||Jami Jones|
|Digital Content Editor||Greg Grisolano|
|Associate Editor||Mark Schremmer|
|State Legislative Editor||Keith Goble|
|Copy Editor||Chuck Robinson|
|Staff Writer||Wendy Parker|
|Staff Writer||Tyson Fisher|
|Social Media Coordinator||Kerry Evans-Spillman|
|Contributing Editor-At-Large||John Bendel|
|Contributing Field Editor||Suzanne Stempinski|
|Contributing Technical Consultant||Paul Abelson|
Jeff McConnell and James Mennella
Buck Black, LCSW, LCAC
Dr. John McElligott
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The publisher and/or OOIDA do not necessarily endorse or make claim or guarantee the validity or accuracy of any advertisement herein contained. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising materials which he feels are not in keeping with the publication’s standards.
The publisher assumes no responsibility for return of unsolicited artwork, photographs, manuscripts. All materials submitted for publication are subject to editing at our discretion. The act of mailing material shall be considered an expressed warranty by the contributor that the materials are original and in no way an infringement on the rights of others.