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Class A Company Driver

Job Description:
CDL Truck Drivers: NEW Higher BASE Pay - $8,500 in Bonuses Your 1st YearPlus Extra Bonuses and Incentives to earn even more! CDL Truck Driving Jobs - Join Celadon today and you'll get $8,500 in bonuses your first year while earning top pay.
With Celadon, you don't have to wait 3 or 4 years to get your promised bonus.
Celadon drivers enjoy great starting pay, and also get a $500 transition bonus in their first check, a $4,000 first year bonus, and the BEST VACATION PACKAGE in the industry.
Celadon drivers also get $4,000 of vacation pay and can take the time off or keep running - you'll get paid either way.
Plus, you'll get an additional 1 CPM raise after every 120,000 miles.
So, join the NEW BLUE and enjoy top pay and bonuses with the best vacation package in the industry.
Also hiring CDL A Students with no experience - earn top starting pay, $450-week paid training, get $4,000 first year bonus and $4,000 vacation pay.
Why start your career anywhere else? Want to be your own boss? Ask out our great lease purchase opportunity with payments starting as low as $325 a week.
The NEW BLUE - It's All About You! "Why Blue is for you" NEW PAY PACKAGE - company OTR drivers average $1,200/wk.
$500 NEW Driver Transition Bonus in your first paycheck $4,000 Bonus first year ($1,000 payout every 25k miles) $4,000 Vacation Pay - Take the time off or keep running, you get paid either way ($1,000 AND 1 week for every 30k miles) Pay Raise every 120,000 miles- NO CAP Extra $300 per week for trainers Guaranteed Dock Detention pay Trucks equipped with battery powered APUs, refrigerators & Inverters Mostly no-touch, drop and hook loads High-earning, consistent miles Celadon drivers enjoy many benefits such as: Paid Orientation Medical, Dental, Vision & 401K Match Tuition Reimbursement NEW Pet and Rider Policy - pets up to 75 pounds now allowed On-site health clinic for drivers and families Safety Incentive Program pays huge rewards for safe miles

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