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“In the past, we have sent drivers who have been recognized by the National Council of Private Trucks to an annual conference, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have not been able to get them to those locations in 2020 and 2021,” CPC said. “The Driver Salute event was a special way for all of us at CPC to thank the dedicated drivers for their hard work.”
Driver Salute began when drivers and their guests arrived for their stay at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel on June 4. And that evening, CPC hosted a reception at PBR St. The award ceremony was led by Wallis and CPC General Manager Duane Trawer and CPC Vice President Operations and Safety Daniel Most.
On June 5, before the fully-run out race started, drivers drove two laps in semi-trailers of tractors around the oval of the World Wide Technology Raceway. During their courses, an announcer read each driver’s name and accomplishments while broadcasting his photo on the jumbotron. After their laps, they were able to enjoy the CPC VIP tent and performances by artists like Jimmie Allen and Cole Swindell.
CPC’s team of professional, safe and experienced truck drivers currently includes 11 Hall of Fame drivers, 98 All-Star drivers, and over 155 million miles of award winners.
“Our drivers should be proud of all their accomplishments,” Wallis said. “By operating some of the most iconic fleets on the road, they keep our country running smoothly. We were proud to celebrate them during the Driver Salute event.”
Headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri, and its family of companies, CPC Logistics is the leading provider of permanent and temporary CDL Class A truck driver logistics and warehouse services in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. CPC serves private and tanker fleets of all sizes with driver and fleet management services. CPC’s subsidiaries include CPC Logistics Canada (based in Mississauga, Ontario) and CPC Logistics Solutions. For more information about CPC Logistics, visit cpclogistics.com.
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