Chattanooga trucking museum to open downtown

FreightWaves plans museum, library dedicated to entrepreneurs, companies

Freightwaves Executive Vice President and General Manager John Bowes, left, and CEO and Managing Director Craig Fuller talk about the company's Haul of Fame museum on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Freightwaves plans to open the Haul of Fame trucking museum at the Market Street location of its new headquarters along with an event and social space for logistics industry workers called Freight Alley.

With the Haul of Fame we hope to bring this history to life and preserve it for generations to come.

Chattanooga's fast-growing trucking industry is getting a museum of its own.

Called the trucking Haul of Fame, the museum and archive library dedicated to the industry's history will open downtown early next year, said Craig Fuller, chief executive officer of Chattanooga startup FreightWaves.

photo Freightwaves CEO and Managing Director Craig Fuller holds a diecast truck while talking about the company's new Haul of Fame logistics museum on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Freightwaves plans to open the Haul of Fame trucking museum at the Market Street location of its new headquarters along with an event and social space for logistics industry workers called Freight Alley.