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Sea Star Line & Spectrum Logistics’ Employees Tackle the Road

Jacksonville, Fla. – As most people approach the end of the work day, they prepare to wrap up another busy day; however, employees at Sea Star Line and Spectrum Logistics head out once a month to pick up trash after a day of hard work. Last year, Sea Star Line and Spectrum Logistics partnered with the City of Jacksonville on the Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Adopt-A-Road program. Each month employees volunteer to clean up trash and debris starting from the corner of Gate Parkway and Deerwood Park Boulevard to the intersection of Gate Parkway and Burntmill Road.

Both companies highly endorse the value of being a good community citizen, therefore, senior management officials also take time out of their busy schedules to participate. Sleeves rolled up and trash grabber in hand, Sea Star President, Steve Hastings, joined employees on Wednesday, October 26th in collecting trash. “The experience allows one to see how neglected our infrastructure and environment is. Taking the time to make our community a little better was rewarding,” remarked Hastings. Moreover, employees enjoy taking part in this monthly activity—they build relationships with each other and get to contribute to the community. Spectrum Logistics Import & Export Services Coordinator, Michelle Rockwell, says, “We are so busy in our own departments, so we don’t always have the chance to build relationships with others. It’s nice to get to know individuals within other departments through Adopt-A-Road.”

Sea Star Line and Spectrum Logistics look forward to continuing their partnership with Adopt-A-Road in the future.

For more information about Jacksonville’s Adopt-A-Road program, visit

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