BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Judy M. Smart is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Transportation.
Smart's professional title is President of Roadrunner Towing and Recovery. She utilizes her expertise in the areas of business administration and development, finance and oversight of day-to-day operations in her role.
Founded in 1969 by Smart's late husband, James, Roadrunner Towing and Recovery began with just the use of one truck. Since James' death in 2001, Smart took over the business and it has grown substantially under her leadership.
Today, Roadrunner has grown to expand into a successful fleet of 15 trucks and now includes a newly opened second location.
"Given the opportunity, we will do whatever it takes to earn your business," the company's website states. "RoadRunner Towing is proud to meet the hauling, towing and vehicle recovery service needs of the people of the city of Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish and the state of Louisiana in a safe and timely manner, and to provide our customers with the most positive experience possible. You can always expect friendly service from us, no matter when you call or where you're calling from."
"We're a family owned towing company and when you call RoadRunner Towing and Recovery of Baton Rouge, you become part of our family," the website continues. "Our goal is to deliver quality towing, hauling and recovery services that will exceed our customer's expectations. It is our duty to provide fast, friendly and reliable service for people using only the latest in towing technology as well as knowing our way around the Baton Rouge metro area so we can respond quickly to your emergency needs."
To further her professional development, Smart is a member of the Louisiana Motor Transport Association and the National Association of Professional Women, which recognized her as a member of the VIP Woman of the Year Circle. Additionally, in 2000, Smart was the first female recipient of the Davidge award and she continues to give back to her community.
When not working, Smart volunteers her time as a Board Member with Special Olympic and works with Dreams Come True, Stuff the Bus and Child Advocacy Center Celebrity Waiters. She is also the Founder of Baton Rouge Area Victims Empowered.
For more information, visit www.roadrunnerbr.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, email@example.com
SOURCE Continental Who's Who