We’ve combined three summer holidays (Father’s Day, 4th of July and Labor Day) to give us a great reason to honor the hard working, patriotic truck drivers across the nation
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) June 30, 2011
Driver Solutions recently launched a new contest on its website to reward hard-working truck drivers. The contest, entitled "My Dad’s A Trucker" encourages family and friends to share stories about the dedication and hard work of their favorite truck drivers including: dads, moms or other “father figures” in their life. As Americans take to the highways and beaches this summer, the company wants to recognize the efforts of truck drivers who hit the road weekly to keep America going.
The company will publish the submissions on the Driver Solutions blog to share these stories of sacrifice and dedication of our proud truck drivers. All submissions will be entered to win the grand prize of $80 worth of Omaha Steaks or second place prizes of Bass Pro Shops gift cards for their “father figure” in trucking. Winners will be announced on August 29, 2011 just in time for a Labor Day cookout or end of summer fishing excursion.
“We all depend on truck drivers to keep us moving every single day, yet too often their efforts go unrecognized,” said Mark Kinsel, president of Driver Solutions. “We’ve combined three summer holidays (Father’s Day, 4th of July and Labor Day) to give us a great reason to honor the hard working, patriotic truck drivers across the nation.”
About Driver Solutions
Specializing in CDL training, Driver Solutions partners with trucking companies like PAM Transport to offer company sponsored CDL training and job opportunities to inexperienced truck drivers. In 2010, Driver Solutions helped more than 2,400 men and women start a new truck driving career. With over 23 years of experience, Driver Solutions has become a recognized leader in the CDL training.
For more information, call 1-888-855-1645, email recruiter(at)driversolutions(dot)com, or visit http://www.greatcdltraining.com for details and to fill out an application.