Lafayette,
12
November
2013
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

Wabash National Corporation Honors Associates at Second Annual Military Appreciation Event

"As a proud American company, Wabash National Corporation appreciates the sacrifices our military men and women, with the support of their families, make to protect our freedoms," said Wabash National Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Dick Giromini. "We are honored to have more than 300 military and veteran associates across the country, and we proudly pay tribute to them on our new Wall of Honor at the Ehrlich Innovation Center."

The Wall of Honor is a permanent installation at the Ehrlich Innovation Center that honors and recognizes all Wabash National associates who have served, or are currently serving, in the military.

Special guests at the event included Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski; retired Maj. Gen. Erika Steuterman, a 34-year Air Force veteran; Sgt. 1st Class Paul Sabol and Sgts. Matt Gregory and Melissa Gregory of the Indiana National Guard; and retired Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient Justin Howton, representing the Wounded Warrior Project.

During the event, associates and guests assembled 250 care packages for the Indiana Veterans' Home in Lafayette, which provides independent living facilities and comprehensive care for veterans and their spouses. In addition, the company presented a $5,000 donation to the Lafayette Armory and U.S. Army Reserve Center.

Wabash National supports a number of local and national organizations and programs that assist military troops and their families, such as the Wounded Warrior Project and the Honor Flight Network. The company also works with several veterans organizations to recruit soldiers returning from active duty. The training and leadership skills gained through their military experience are ideal for positions at Wabash National requiring leadership and strong inter-personal communication skills, such as warehouse management, production supervising, facilities management, transportation and logistics. To learn more about current career opportunities, visit www.wabashnational.com/corporatehome/about-us/careers.

About Wabash National Corporation

Headquartered in Lafayette, Ind., Wabash National Corporation (NYSE: WNC) is a diversified industrial manufacturer and North America's leading producer of semi trailers and liquid transportation systems. Established in 1985, the company specializes in the design and production of dry freight vans, refrigerated vans, platform trailers, intermodal equipment, liquid tank trailers, frac tanks, engineered products, and composite products. Wabash National's operations are largely organized under three wholly owned subsidiaries: Transcraft Corporation, Walker Group Holdings LLC and Wabash National Trailer Centers, Inc. Its innovative products are sold under the following brand names: Wabash National®, Transcraft®, Benson®, DuraPlate®, ArcticLite®, Walker Transport, Walker Stainless Equipment, Walker Defense Group, Walker Barrier Systems, Walker Engineered Products, Brenner® Tank, Beall ®, Garsite, Progress Tank, TST®, Bulk Tank International and Extract Technology®. Visit www.wabashnational.com to learn more.

About Wabash National Corporation

Headquartered in Lafayette, Indiana, Wabash National Corporation (NYSE: WNC) is a diversified industrial manufacturer and North America’s leading producer of semi-trailers and liquid transportation systems. Established in 1985, the company manufactures a diverse range of products including: dry freight and refrigerated trailers, platform trailers, bulk tank trailers, dry and refrigerated truck bodies, truck-mounted tanks, intermodal equipment, aircraft refueling equipment, structural composite panels and products, trailer aerodynamic solutions, and specialty food grade and pharmaceutical equipment. Its innovative products are sold under the following brand names: Wabash National®, Beall®, Benson®, Brenner® Tank, Bulk Tank International, DuraPlate®, Extract Technology®, Garsite, Progress Tank, Transcraft®, Walker Barrier Systems, Walker Engineered Products, and Walker Transport. Visit www.wabashnational.com to learn more.