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Experienced CDL-A Company Driver - Avg. $4800/Month + Benefits

Company: R.E. Garrison Trucking - Dedicated
Location: Smyrna
Posted on: May 20, 2023

Job Description:

R.E. Garrison is Now Hiring Company Drivers in Macon, GA!
Average $4,800 Monthly - Weekly Pay - Excellent Benefits

Driver Benefits:

  • $200 daily rate
  • Preferred freight
  • 12 on - 2 off--
    • Some flexibility depending of location

    • Only 10 drivers needed - first come, first serve!
      10 CDL-A Company Drivers Needed Within 150 Miles of Macon, GA!

      Get Started with R.E. Garrison Trucking, Apply Today!

      Additional Benefits:

      • Settlements paid weekly to your Comdata card, for easy withdrawal or transfer
      • $1,000 referral bonus
      • Medical, dental, vision, & life insurance
      • 401(k) + ESOP (Employee Stock Option Plan)
      • 100% paid gym memberships
      • Ask us about our rider pet policies
      • Ask us about our crown driver incentive program
        At R.E. Garrison Trucking, Inc., we appreciate our drivers-they're an integral part of our team. In fact, they're more like family, and just like our drivers are committed to helping others every day, we're committed to taking care of them. That's one of the many reasons why we became an employee-owned company in 2019.


        • Class A CDL
        • 1 Year of verifiable experience required--
        • Reefer experience preferred
        • Must be at least 21 years old
        • Satisfactory driving record
        • Must be able to pass a criminal background check
          Get Started with R.E. Garrison Trucking, Apply Today!

Keywords: R.E. Garrison Trucking - Dedicated, Smyrna , Experienced CDL-A Company Driver - Avg. $4800/Month + Benefits, Professions , Smyrna, Georgia

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