Our goal is to give back to the state and the people who we have proudly served for so many years. Whether it’s helping our law enforcement professionals fight the scourge of human trafficking or delivering critically needed water and other supplies during a crisis, the KBWA and its members are here to help.
The KBWA and our members are proud to serve as partners to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and our law enforcement community to help stamp out the scourge of human trafficking in Kentucky. KBWA member employees — particularly our sales reps and truck drivers — are being trained on how to use their eyes and ears to spot the signs of human trafficking when in the field and to report suspicious activity to local law enforcement.
“The KBWA has a proven track record of raising awareness about the dangers of human trafficking, and we are fortunate to have them as a partner in our statewide Your Eyes Save Lives campaign. Our campaign is focused on empowering Kentuckians to play a meaningful role in identifying and stopping human trafficking. KBWA’s members are present throughout the Commonwealth and well positioned to assist in this effort.”
—Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron
KBWA members stepped up to assist fellow Kentuckians struggling amid devastating floods impacting our commonwealth. We put our resources and expertise to use by delivering emergency drinking water and other supplies to people in need across Eastern Kentucky.
Amid COVID-19, KBWA members rallied to leverage their unparalleled logistics capabilities in the fight against this global pandemic. We partnered with the Kentucky National Guard to ensure that hand sanitizer and other vital items were delivered to communities across the commonwealth.
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