Huntsville Air Freight

Shippers need emergency shipments from Huntsville Alabama to Montgomery, or anywhere in the southeast, waste valuable hours getting their shipments to the airport, and from the airport to their end customer. Todays airport regulations make it more and more difficult to handle air freight. Additionally, you are forced to deal with local couriers, or your own companies logistics to get the freight to the airport, the air freight broker, and then the delivery on the other end. What a headache.

Instead, JLK freight in Birmingham can swing through Huntsville Alabama and pickup up your load using dedicated trucks and drivers for pickup at your dock and delivery direct to your customer. Zero airport screening or delays and unlike the pilot, our drivers will stay in touch with you the entire way. Let’s say for exampe you have 7,500 lbs to go to Baton Rouge, and you need it there fast. Instead of expensive air freight and all the hassles and delays, one call to JLK Trucking in Birmingham Alabama can have your freight picked up in Huntsville, Alabama and run over road in less than a day for less than $ 1,800.

So if you have missed the window for getting your heavy load to Fedex, or just want to deal with a responsible and reliable little company from Birmingham Alabama, call JLK Trucking for your emergency freight needs.

Bluegrass

Van Stephenson

BIOGRAPHY – Van Wesley Stephenson (November 4, 1953[1] – April 8, 2001)

Van Stephenson was born in Hamilton, Ohio but his family relocated to Altoona, Pennsylvania, and eventually settled in Nashville when he was ten. Vanderbilt University was a source of pride for little Van. Van, the “middle” child in a family of seven kids, was involved in music from a young age. He learned to play clarinet, and then guitar, and he was soon jamming in various family bluegrass bands and garage bands.

Growing up in Nashville provided Van with unique experiences such as hanging out around the Ryman Auditorium and catching a glimpse of famous country stars.  After graduating from college with a degree in divinity, Van made a signifigant career change to songwriting. He worked writing songs, and in 1979 met fellow BlackHawk member and best friend, Dave Robbins. The two began collaborating on songs soon after, and wrote songs cut by Kenny Rogers (“All My Life”), Dan Seals (“Everybody’s Dream Girl”), and many cuts for Restless Heart including the incredible “Back to the Heartbreak Kid”, and the smash number one, “Bluest Eyes In Texas”.

Van has also had songs cut by Reba McEntire, John Anderson, Eric Clapton, and Tim McGraw.  Being a member of one of country music’s most progressive bands has allowed Van to do what he loves – sing, play, and write music. He sings lead vocal on the beautiful “If That Was A Lie” from BlackHawk’s Love and Gravity album, and on “Think Again” from the band’s new The Sky’s The Limit album, calling this song ‘the most country song I’ve ever sung in my life’. Van has had a hand in writting many of BlackHawk’s hits, including the band’s first number one, “Every Once In A While”, “Hole In My Heart”, and the top 5, “Almost A Memory Now.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Stephenson

North Carolina Tennessee

People wonder why the North Carolina sports teams like the UNC teams came to be known as Ter-Heels. Well we researched the problem and put the answer on our North Carolina Data Information Web-site. North Carolina is a state on the East Coast of the United States with Atlantic Ocean frontage and the city of Wilmington NC in the southern parts of the ocean parts. Near Wilmonton North Carolina are areas like Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Camp Lejune Marine Corps Base and the Croatan National Forest. North Carolina rises in elevation away from the ocean making the state topographically diverse more like California than Florida.

Cape Fear, NC is the scene of the famous thriller adapted by Hollywood into filmography. North Carolina features city centers like Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh. Raleigh has a tobacco sounding name and North Carolina has a rich history as a tobacco state. The state is also a center for banking, and has a long tradition of pine products like pitch and turpentine. The High Point area was for many years a center for furniture making and the rich supply of hardy pines helped fuel that industry.

Lynchburg, Virginia

A city smack in the middle of the state, this is not the famous Lynchburg of moonshine whiskey. But at the base of the Blue Ridge Montains, there is no doubt moonshine in these hills. This Lynchburg is nestled between the mountains and the James River, with a history going back to the Lynch family and their ferry to cross the river. Near the slightly larger city of Roanoke, Lynchburg is also home to Liberty University.