Pictured left-right: Adam McCalister/Farmers’ Rice Cooperative, Richard Coyle/Devine, Thomas Radcliff/Devine, Dave VonHoffmann/ Devine, Dean Needham/Freightliner

Last month, Devine and our partners participated in a charity trap shoot sponsored by the California Trucking Association (CTA).
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A good time was had by all.

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