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Owner Operator & Lease Purchase Truck Drivers

Company: A&A Express
Location: Muskogee
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

Increase Cash Flow! New Owner Operator Business Program - A&A Express wants to get you started on the right foot. Call a recruiter for details! A&A Express Offers Owner Operators:

  • $5k Sign-On Bonus
  • Our Owner Operators Earn 74% Revenue Percentage Pay!
  • Drivers That Run Can Average $4,500+ per Week (Gross)
  • High Miles - 2,800+ per week
  • $1,000 Referral Incentive
  • No Trailer Fees!
  • Reefer Fuel is Covered
  • Excellent Contractor Support
  • BIG Fuel Discounts
  • IC receive 100% of the Fuel Surcharge
  • Great Maintenance and Support PackagesLease Purchase Program:
    • $5k Sign-On Bonus
    • $1,000 Referral Incentive
    • Late Model Equipment
    • Volvo, Freightliner & Kenworth Trucks
    • 100% of the Fuel Surcharge
    • Percentage Pay Available - 74%
    • No Hidden Fees - All Costs Up-Front
    • Full Comprehensive Maintenance Program
    • $0 Money Down
    • Low Weekly Payments
    • Interest Rates VaryRequirements:
      • CDL-A
      • 21 Years of Age
      • 1 Year Tractor Trailer ExperienceAbout Us:A&A Express specializes in nationwide, refrigerated trucking. We have the capability to haul fresh produce, meat and frozen foods, as well as dry goods. We are headquartered in Brandon, SD and have over 50 years of service hauling refrigerated products. Associated topics: cdl a owner operator, contractor, independent, own truck driving, own your own new truck, owner operator, owner operator driver, owner operator truck, solo driver, solo driving

Keywords: A&A Express, Broken Arrow , Owner Operator & Lease Purchase Truck Drivers, Professions , Muskogee, Oklahoma

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