Master’s Transportation has proudly sponsored the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) for more than 16 years, providing reliable transportation for coaches, players, and college staff across the country as they travel to and from hundreds of sporting events.
To no surprise, college sports seasons were dramatically impacted by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Through our close partnership with the NAIA, Master’s often witnessed the disappointment that college teams experienced in having to abandon their sports schedules to mitigate health risks for their team members.
Fortunately, college sports have begun to reemerge in full force. However, the global shortage of semiconductor chips used in the manufacturing of new vehicles is now presenting yet another challenge to universities as they attempt to make transportation plans for the upcoming season.
In the video below, President – John Goodbrake, and Executive Vice-President of Sales – Ron Haley, share thoughts on how Master’s Transportation’s position as the largest rental and leasing dealer in the nation leaves the company well-equipped to help the NAIA and its partners to navigate ongoing challenges as we head into the Fall 2021 sports season.
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