Message from STC President, Jed Young

Dear Members and friends of STC:

If you have not taking a vacation this summer, you may want to think about it. I’m writing you from Guayaquil, Ecuador – South America. My vacation is a seven day, short term mission trip, helping others in a village called Curia. There just happens to be some of the best surfing in the world here.


Local News Flash: Port City Logistics and Savannah Warehouse Services have recently merged. Port City Logistics is a full service 3PL, operating 1.5 million sq ft of warehouse space. I’m proud to be on the Business Development team for the organization so let me know if you have any inquiries, questions, or concerns (912) 210-9703. We’re successfully moving forward.

Upcoming STC events: Don’t miss the next “Lunch & Learn” Tuesday August, 14th2012 at Crosswinds Golf Club – Savannah, GA. The STC has joined the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce and they will present: State of our Region and City. Guest Speakers are Mr. William W. Hubbard, President & CEO and Mr. Trip Tollison, COO. Lunch starts at noon. Cost to STC members is $25.00 – Cost to non members is $35.00. Make your reservations in by August, 10th.

1stAnnual STC Fall Par 3 Classic will be held Thursday October, 11th2012 at Crosswinds Golf Club. Contest includes Accurate Drive and Closest to the Pin for both Men and Women. Dinner buffet starts right after golf. It includes BBQ Pulled Pork, BBQ Chicken, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, Cookies, & Tea. Contact me or Paul Gigis with BTT for more information 9 holes of golf is $40.00. 9 holes with dinner is $55.00. 18 holes of golf is $65.00. Dinner only is $25.00

Reservations and payments: Mail Checks payable to Savannah Traffic Club, Inc., P.O. Box 1645, Richmond, Hill GA 31324-1645, or you can contact Sarah Thomas at 912-663-3293 to pay by credit card prior to date of events.

Maritime after Hours: Tubby's Tank House - August, 1stThunderbolt, GA. starting at 5:15pm-until. The Famous Low Country Boil will be served to you, the Maritime Community.

STC Mission: To Promote education in the field of transportation and logistics in partnership with GSU by awarding scholarships to deserving college students seeking a degree in transportation and logistics.  A golf tournament is held yearly to fund this worthy cause. This year, STC awarded five scholarships to junior and senior students and a PhD candidate at Georgia Southern University seeking a Business Logistics and Intermodal Transportation Degrees totaling $10,000. In addition to the educational assistance, STC holds various social functions to generate fellowship among its members. Part of the profit from these functions is given to charitable organizations, such as: The American Cancer Society, Greenbrier Children’s Center, Wish upon a Star, Second Harvest Food Bank, The Patricia S. Reese Scholarship at AASU and others.

Jed Young

STC President

Bonny Woods