America's Favorite Freight Factoring Company, Apex Capital Celebrates Drivers with $800 in Cash Prizes

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Apex Capital, America's Favorite Freight Factoring Company, celebrated American truck drivers during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week recognizing outstanding drivers for a chance to win up to $500. Three winners were chosen.

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Apex Capital rewards driver with chance to win $500

"Apex is proud to be a part of the NTDAW celebration. We'd like to thank all the drivers for their hard work, commitment and safe driving. This week is a great reminder of how important they are to our country," said Apex Capital President, David Baker.

Apex Capital, America's Favorite Freight Factoring Company, celebrated American truck drivers during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. Clients and drivers were invited into the office for refreshments and gifts of appreciation. Nominations were taken throughout the week to recognize outstanding drivers and for a chance to win up to $500. The top three entries were awarded gifts of $500, $200, and $100.

The first place prize winner is Dan Roe. Dan has been driving for 25 years and has logged over 4 million safe miles. He has been instrumental in the continued success of his company. Drivers are representatives of the carrier they are working with and are often invaluable right-hands to these companies.

"National Truck Driver Appreciation Week gives Apex a chance to thank the professional truck drivers that deliver life's essentials," said Apex Capital President, David Baker. "Apex Capital is proud to be a part of the NTDAW celebration. We'd like to thank all the drivers for their hard work, commitment and safe driving. This week is a great reminder of how important they are to our country."

There are over 3.2 million professional truck drivers nationwide delivering the goods U.S. consumers need every day of the year. Logging over 408 billion miles per year, trucks delivered 8.8 billion tons of freight in 2009, or 68 percent of total U.S. freight tonnage, according to the American Trucking Association. Professional truck drivers are more essential to the national economy than ever before, and they're delivering their loads safely and professionally.

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