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    hey any drivers on here work for them

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    Dont work for them but i know the head supervisors for the DC in Moreno Valley. what did you want to know maybe i could help?

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    we have a few cpc drivers working for our fleet here in nj. not walgreens account tho. gaf flatbed

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    I run a regular route for Walgeens, Tues. thru Sat. Get paid by the hour. OT after 8. Hand unload using gravity roller system. Best of all I sleep in my bed every night.

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    I'd like to drive for them, since the DC is about 10-15 miles from home. Had a friend who drove for them a couple years ago. He said he didn't like it since you had to set up the conveyor and then offload yourself. He told me he was a driver not a dockworker.

    That's all I know about them.... and that could have changed. I think you need a couple years driving experience though, I've got about 5 months.

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    They require 2 yrs exp.

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    Hey Dewercs2, Im right next door to ya....I wouldnt mind finding a local gig out of Moreno Valley or Temecula myself......
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    Quote Originally Posted by dewercs2
    I'd like to drive for them, since the DC is about 10-15 miles from home. Had a friend who drove for them a couple years ago. He said he didn't like it since you had to set up the conveyor and then offload yourself. He told me he was a driver not a dockworker.

    That's all I know about them.... and that could have changed. I think you need a couple years driving experience though, I've got about 5 months.
    I make between $1050.00 and 1350.00 a week running a regular route from a domicile location where relay drivers bring the load in overnight.

    I work Tues. through Sat. and crap in my own toilet every morning and sleep in my own bed at night. That to me is worth its weight in gold! So I dont mind taking 5 minutes to setup a conveyor in the truck and hand unloading!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumper
    Hey Dewercs2, Im right next door to ya....I wouldnt mind finding a local gig out of Moreno Valley or Temecula myself......
    I know Bumper..... We spoke last year about how close we are. I worked at the Home Depot for a few years before making the jump to driving. We might have cross paths at one point there. My wife is still there in HR so I still can't get away from my old employees....
    I leave today for Tulsa, OK to start with Arrow on monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVR
    Quote Originally Posted by dewercs2
    I'd like to drive for them, since the DC is about 10-15 miles from home. Had a friend who drove for them a couple years ago. He said he didn't like it since you had to set up the conveyor and then offload yourself. He told me he was a driver not a dockworker.

    That's all I know about them.... and that could have changed. I think you need a couple years driving experience though, I've got about 5 months.
    I make between $1050.00 and 1350.00 a week running a regular route from a domicile location where relay drivers bring the load in overnight.

    I work Tues. through Sat. and crap in my own toilet every morning and sleep in my own bed at night. That to me is worth its weight in gold! So I dont mind taking 5 minutes to setup a conveyor in the truck and hand unloading!
    Hey DVR,

    I'd sure like to get on that run but have to get more time under my belt.

    I don't mind working to be able to brush my teeth in my own sink instead of a public bathroom in a truck stop. To sit on my own toilet would be nice too.

    I'll get there just need more time and make sure a tandem brake hub doesn't take my right steer tire out and send me into a ditch like the last time I was out.

    Off to Arrow.......

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