Penske's sixth annual Veterans Day Recognition Program took place on Monday at its corporate headquarters in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Pictured from left to right are Capt. Steven Zahuranec, President and CEO of Penske Transportation Solutions Brian Hard, Senior Vice President of Government Relations and Chief Compliance Officer Mike Duff, and Director of Customer Operations at Penske Logistics Lee Schiller.<p>Both touched on the significant value veterans bring to any organization, traits like a strong work ethic, being detail-oriented and adept leadership. Schiller went on to share how some of the things veterans learn or apply in the military can be carried with them through the transition to civilian life.<br></p><p>"Each soldier realizes that without the support for each other, then we could not complete the mission and come home safely to our families," said Schiller. "Our veterans are uniquely defined by these shared experiences and teamwork. We carry these experiences into our transition and life after service. We look for ways to be outstanding teammates and put the company mission ahead of our needs."<u></u><u></u></p><p>Schiller said that Veterans Day allows us to pause and think about the brave men and women who have served, as well as those who are serving currently.<u></u><u></u></p><p>"As you go to your homes tonight and recall about our program, remember the veterans here today and the 1.3 million service members on active duty today provide us with a blanket of security and the freedoms we enjoy as a nation," said Schiller.</p>