This is a long transport and while they certainly can be coordinated, they generally take longer. I think the first thing I'd do is go back to your post Requesting Transport Assistance and in the upper left side you'll see, in red letters, "Map This Request." Click on that and it will take you to a map showing your starting point and your ending point and there will be airplane icons, used to indicate pilots[even though there is only one icon there could be multiple pilots at that location and when you click on the plane icon it will take you to the first pilot and will indicate[look in bottom right corner], and the other icon identifies PNP volunteers who can help with fostering, etc. You will need to enlarge the areas as you work your way through the route so you can identify the pilots[you'll see what I mean]].
Go to plane icons close to your starting point[Jackson, TN], click on the icon, it will open and show you whether there is one or more pilots at that particular location[airport]. The page will have the pilots username and other links. You can click on "request transport assistance" and send a message to that pilot requesting assistance with this transport. For one this long be sure to note it is a multi-segment/leg transport, indicate you are inquiring whether they can assist by flying a segment and if so, which leg[from where to where][of course if you are sending a PM to first leg pilot, just say first leg]], and ask about their availability. I make a chart[if you go to the beginning of this Forum, you'll see a posting about documents-it is the planning chart] to keep track of which pilots I've contacted, possible leg they could fly and their response. Just send individual PMs to pilots all along the route and see what happens.
A posting to this forum lists some websites that are helpful when coordinating a transport. The list includes one that can help you figure out nautical miles between locations. In the pilot profiles that you access by clicking on the airplane icon some pilots include information about distances, which are listed in nautical miles[nm].
In addition, there is a forum where pilots post notices when they are heading to specific locations and can make it a transport. I can't remember the name of the forum, but if you return to the Board Index you'll find it easily as the title is a dead giveaway.
I hope this information helps. Hope I didn't give you too much information.
PNP Transport Advisor
Kentucky Animal Relief Fund, Inc.