Yanke driver awarded for logging one million miles
March 31, 2011
SASKATOON, Sask. -- Ronald Breakey, a driver with Yanke Group of Companies, has received an award for achieving one million miles with the company. He received the award at the company's Key Business Indicators ceremonies on March 24.
SASKATOON, Sask. — Ronald Breakey, a driver with Yanke Group of Companies, has received an award for achieving one million miles with the company. He received the award at the company’s Key Business Indicators ceremonies on March 24.
Breakey, who makes his home in Innisfail, Alta., estimated that it took him more than seven and a half years to achieve his millionth mile with the Yanke.
Breakey started with Yanke in 2002 and celebrated his achievement by custom embroidering “Old School Trucker” on the back of his Yanke leather jacket.
“The ability to attain one million miles is quite the achievement. It shows the dedication of Yanke’s professional transport operators and their continued commitment to master their craft,” said Russel Marcoux, president and CEO of Yanke.
Yanke celebrates its driver’s one and two millionth miles with a custom Yanke truck and trailer trophy, cash or travel voucher and numerous custom decals and plaques for the driver’s truck and trailer.
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