Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning of summer, and the three day weekend is often filled with barbecues, swimming, camping, and adult beverages with your nearest and dearest. Although a wonderful excuse to celebrate with friends and family, it's important to remember the true meaning of this all-American holiday. This special day should first and foremost serve as an important reminder to honor all who fought and died to preserve our freedom in the United States.
Here at A1 Auto Transport, we recognize the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers and also acknowledge the rest of our military every day of the year. These unspoken heroes put their lives on the line every day, and we are forever indebted to them for their contributions. Although nothing we do can truly match even a fraction of what they do for us, we always strive to honor our brothers and sisters in the armed forces by offering them a significant discount for all their transport needs. It really, truly is the least we can do. So, this weekend, while enjoying the beautiful weather and welcoming the change in seasons, make sure to do your part and take a moment to recognize those who gave all in preservation of the American dream.
Written By:Amanda Williams
Amanda Williams is a mother, an author, and entrepreneur. Her pastimes include the San Diego Padres, anything and everything Disney related, reading for pleasure, running for fun, family trips to Sea World, the San Diego Zoo, and Disneyland, and of course, spending quality time with her two beautiful daughters.
Amanda is uniquely qualified to write on all things auto transport, working in the industry as a sales agent for over 10 years and also shipping cars herself on multiple occasions, all of which allowed her to learn the industry from both sides. Amanda also has a comprehensive knowledge of vehicles due to a budding passion and thirst for knowing all things automotive.
Amanda was born and raised in the small town of Santa Cruz, California, but moved to San Diego at age 17 to pursue a degree in psychology at San Diego State University. She graduated in just 3 short years with a Bachelor's in Psychology with a Minor in Religious Studies, but chose instead to pursue a career in finance, working at multiple financial institutions before discovering her true passion for writing.