A.T.T.A.C.A. Founder Rodney Timms was featured in the Oklahoman newspaper and on their NEWSOK website. Read the article HERE.

“A child abuse survivor who experienced how silence perpetuated the crime and the pain is using the biggest message board he has to raise awareness and to encourage victims to seek help.

Rodney Timms, president of Western Flyer Xpress, had the illustration of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy’s “Protect Kids” child abuse poster wrapped on one of his tractor-trailers and parked it in western Oklahoma City alongside Interstate 40, one of the busiest highways in the country.

The trailer, which is parked on the southeast corner of Rockwell Avenue and I-40, also features a thank you from Gov. Mary Fallin to people for helping combat and report child abuse.

Timms brought the rig to the state Capitol last year as part of Child Abuse Prevention Day activities; he’ll bring the truck to the Capitol again for this year’s event.”

About the Author: Rodney Timms

For Rodney, the cycle of violence was broken. His story is one of survival and resilience. Through the love of his family and his belief in God, Rodney overcame the pain and trauma he suffered as a child to become a loving father and a successful multi-million dollar business owner. Through poetry, prose and public service, Rodney found his voice to speak out against child abuse. Rodney has a powerful story, one that needs to be heard. Through All Truckers Together Against Child Abuse, Rodney Timms hopes to raise awareness across the country to the issue of child abuse. With rolling billboards crisscrossing the U.S.A., fundraising efforts, and partnerships with other agencies, A.T.T.A.C.A. is on a mission to stop the cycles of abuse and provide hope for children everywhere.

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