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Best Fleets To Drive For series adds new dates

MARKHAM, Ont. -- CarriersEdge has announced additional dates for the 2010 Best Fleets to Drive For semina...

MARKHAM, Ont. — CarriersEdge has announced additional dates for the 2010 Best Fleets to Drive For seminar series. The series, providing tips and tricks from the US and Canadian fleets identified as this year’s best to drive for, will now include stops in Windsor, Ont. and Regina, Sask.

Best Fleets to Drive For is an annual survey and contest conducted by the Truckload Carriers Association and CarriersEdge, identifying the North American for-hire trucking companies that provide the best workplace experiences for company drivers and owner/operators.

Nominated fleets are evaluated on the range and depth of programs being offered, the overall effectiveness of those programs across key metrics, and the responses of surveyed drivers. Fleets with the best overall scores are named Best Fleets to Drive For.

In addition to the new locations, the date for the London seminar, previously scheduled for May 11, has been changed to May 28.

The Best Fleets to Drive For seminar series now includes the following dates and locations:

May 12 – Kitchener, Ont. – Waterloo Inn

May 14 – Ottawa, Ont. – TBD

May 26 – Moncton, N.B. – Super 8 Moncton

May 28 – London, Ont. – Fanshawe College (Room T2004)

June 1 – Edmonton, Alta. – Sawridge Edmonton South

June 2 – Calgary, Alta. – Glenmore Inn

June 3 – Saskatoon, Sask. – Saskatoon Inn

June 4 – Regina, Sask. – Marsh Canada Ltd.

June 8 – Mississauga, Ont. – TBD

June 9 – Winnipeg, Man. – Marsh Canada Ltd.

June 11 – Windsor, Ont. – TBD

All seminars will run from 9 a.m. to noon, with breakfast at 8:30a.m. Admission is free, but advance registration is required.

To register, contact Judi at 905-530-2430 or visit the Best Fleets to Drive For Web site.

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