CDL-A Truck Drivers Receive a $3-5,000 Sign-On Incentive at Bluegrass Dedicated

    $3-5,000 Sign-On Incentive
    Bluegrass Dedicated
    Bluegrass Dedicated
    Dedicated to our employees and our community
    Bluegrass Dedicated operates a fleet of 70 tractors to provide transportation services to customers throughout the U.S. Both Bluegrass Dedicated and its sister company, Bluegrass Supply Chain and Bluegrass Dedicated have been recognized by INC Magazine as two of the fastest-growing privately held companies in America.

    Class A CDL Company Driver Jobs – Shepherdsville, KY

    Regional & Over The Road Runs

    Founded in 2002 with locations in KY, IN, TN, & SC, Bluegrass Dedicated’s mission is to make life better while serving a greater purpose. If you’re looking for a career with a company that knows your name, with benefits that provide for you and your family and with a 401k match that helps you save for your future, we would enjoy the opportunity to talk with you about what makes Bluegrass better.

    Call Bluegrass today at 866-979-0362.


    Truck Driver Benefits:

    • $3,000 Local Drivers Sign-On Incentive
    • $5,000 Regional/OTR Drivers Sign-On Incentive
    • Earn $65,000 annually
    • $1,100 Weekly Guarantee
    • Aggressive Pay Progression Program (two scheduled increases in the first year)
    • $25,000 Company Paid Life Insurance
    • Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits Available 401(k) with 4% company match
    • Paid Holidays, time-off (starting week one) and orientation
    • Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) in Company Trucks
    • Paid Weekly
    • No Touch Freight
    • $100 Monthly Safety Incentive
    • Fuel Card Issued, including Nationwide Fuel Discount Program
    • QUALCOMM or Omnitracs in every truck
    • Assigned Customer Logistics Coordinator (CLC) for every driver, no forced dispatch
    • Home every weekend or flexible reset schedule for good work-life balance


    Truck Driver Requirements:

    • Class A CDL
    • 23 years old
    • 2 years driving experience
    • Clean Driving Record


    Call Bluegrass Dedicated today at 866-979-0362.

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