National Carriers Driver of the Year Banquet slated for March 21
The banquet will be held at the Bob Duncan Center in Arlington, Texas, company officials said.
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National Carriers will hold its National Carriers Driver of the Year Banquet on March 21. Twelve finalists will participate in this prestigious event to be held at the Bob Duncan Center in Arlington, Texas, company officials said. The reception begins at 6 p.m. followed by a program and meal at 6:45 p.m. The winner of this year’s award will be given a $5,000 check by National Carriers President Jim Franck.
The twelve finalists are: Randy Sprague, Phil Nix, BJ McGuire, Steve Danielson, Jamie Latham III, Brook Welch, Edwin Che, Don Zimmerman, Goldie Seymour, Jeff Hutton, Tiber Roczo and Jeff Gutzler. All have been recognized as a Driver of the Month during 2013 and were selected from a pool of over 500 eligible drivers for the award. Each driver is currently featured at www.nationalcarriers.com.
“This group of drivers represents not only the best of National Carrier’s ‘Elite’ Fleet, but the best in the transportation industry,” said Al Love, director of driver services. “This band of drivers provide outstanding service to our customers, are among the safest drivers in our company and exhibit excellent communication skills with our customers, office and shop employees.”
National Carriers is a diversified motor carrier servicing all 48 states in the continental U.S. with transportation offerings which include refrigerated, livestock and logistics services.
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