Driver Appreciate Truckee Scales Sept 2015 001For Driver Appreciation Week last month, Devine celebrated by showing our support at appreciation events at the CHP truck scales as well as events at each of our truck terminals.  In Sacramento, drivers and staff were treated to fresh waffles with all the trimmings.  Yum!

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