THANK YOU DRIVERS!

National Driver Appreciation Week was a couple of weeks ago. For years, the industry, and Devine, have recognized drivers for their efforts to safely and seamlessly deliver cargo.

One positive outcome of the Coronavirus was it put a spotlight on these hardworking men and women. Everyone now realizes the importance of their job and how we all depend upon the work they do for our well being. So, this year’s festivities were far and wide, from associations, organizations and trucking companies to private citizens and law enforcement.
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We are grateful for everyone’s recognition and appreciation. It goes a long way knowing the public honors all these drivers do.

We are exceedingly thankful to our drivers who traverse congested freeways, mountain passes, marine terminals (and all they entail), and weather of all kinds…safely and securely delivering cargo every day.

Thank you for all you do!

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