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Continued: Trucking firm Bay & Bay of Rosemount buys natural-gas-fueled rigs

  • Article by: NEAL ST. ANTHONY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 22, 2014 - 5:10 PM

“We find this more meaningful … than just celebrating another anniversary of our firm,” Daly said. It also leads to relationships between clients, friends and worthy charities.

VOA was the choice this year of Susan McGrath Flagler, the third Navigate Forward founder, who subsequently retired for health reasons. Good health, Susan.

• Atomic Data CEO Jim Wolford’s life was changed on a visit with Minneapolis-based American Refugee Committee to Uganda a couple of years ago, including refugee camps for folks who had fled violence in South Sudan and Congo. The IT and globe-spanning data center firm, in its latest ARC endeavor, will match all donations up to $50,000 by March 31. More information on ARC’s grass-roots health, education and enterprise developments at: www.arcrelief.org.

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  • This Bay & Bay Transportation tractor is one of two CNG-fueled tractors it has bought from Cummins Westport. CEO Sam Anderson said 10 to 20 percent of his 500-truck fleet may eventually be fueled by natural gas, depending upon the performance of the first two tractors, which cost a total of $500,000.

  • Navigate Forward founders Susan McGrath Flagler, left, Teresa Daly and Mary Kloehn.

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