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 Looking for drivers and owner operators.

briantmiller
Joined: 10/24/2011
Location: Warren, OH
Posts: 1

Looking for drivers and owner operators.
Posted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 1:10:26 AM

 I am a company driver myself, and sure as hell not some pro recruiter. Been at this 17 years now. Up until now I never found a company worth promoting to other drivers. The one I'm working for now is a little different. Nice and small, about 20 trucks total. Personally large companies have left a very bad taste in my mouth.  Can actually walk straight into the owner's office, and I can call his cell phone any time I want. They actually listen to you, not just ram everything down your throat. Seem to understand that a trucking company is nothing without drivers, and they let you know that.  Owner has a long standing reputation for honesty, and everyone I've talked to who knows him tells me that. Usually you can find one or two guys to complain about an owner, but I havent found one yet. I get paid well, got an excellent truck, and I get home when I ask. Very flexible operation.   Definitely worth your time to at least check out.

  Looking for company drivers and owner operators in flatbed and reefers. He is particularly interested in flatbed owner operators. Based in Nebraska, but hiring area is pretty wide. I live in Ohio myself.  Reasonable MVR, no felonies in the last 10 years (preferably none ever, subject to review), no recent DUI's, no dope offenses, etc.  

  Pay based on experience, several bonuses available (fuel, safety), very good equipment.

 Anyway, I could write a book here. Give me a call, or send me an email if you want to know more. I tell it like it is, good or bad. I'm a lousy bs'er.

  Name's Brian Miller.           330-307-7070 or briantmiller137@hotmail.com.

 Just a note: I am NOT looking for a job, so any recruiters get lost.



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