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Omaha Truck donates to cancer, diabetes foundation

Jason Cannon April 2, 2013
Bo Pelini, Nebraska football coach, Trey J. Mytty, president of Omaha Truck Center, Inc., Bruce Fox, operations manager of Omaha Truck Center, Inc.
Bo Pelini, Nebraska football coach, Trey J. Mytty, president of Omaha Truck Center, Inc., Bruce Fox, operations manager of Omaha Truck Center, Inc.

Omaha Truck Center, Inc. has presented Nebraska Cornhuskers’ Football Coach Bo Pelini with a $19,250 check to his foundation.  Truck Center companies donated $250 every time the Huskers scored in the 2012 season, and will do so again in 2013.  The Bo Pelini Foundation supports non-profits dedicated to fighting cancer and diabetes.

Omaha Truck Center President Trey Mytty and Operations Manager Bruce Fox presented Pelini with the check. Omaha Truck Centers has 11 locations in Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa Freightliner, Western Star, Isuzu, Sterling, Thomas Built Buses, GMC medium-duty service and Ottawa product lines.  The company is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.

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