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U.S. Xpress delivers truckload of gifts for Chattanooga Salvation Army's Angel Tree

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U.S. Xpress Angel Tree gift delivery3 - The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga.jpg

It's a special Christmas delivery!

On Friday, U.S. Xpress delivered a truckload of Angel Tree gifts to The Salvation Army in Chattanooga.

The transportation corporation adopted 170 Angels this year, providing necessities and holiday gifts for children in need and senior citizens in the greater Chattanooga area.

U.S. Xpress employees unloaded the presents Friday, and Santa even joined in to spread some Christmas cheer!

“Hundreds of children will now be able to experience joy on Christmas morning as they unwrap their gifts donated by U.S. Xpress!” said Major Mark Smith, Area Commander of The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga.

The Angel Tree program started in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1979, and took off when it launched in Nashville.

The program now sends holiday gifts for roughly 1 million children nationwide.

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