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Driver Awards for Con-way Employees

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Forty-eight professional drivers from across the viewing area were recognized for their year of achievements.

The drivers from Con-way Truckload were recognized with a special Driver of the Year Award. The awards were determined by each driver's customer service rating, safety perspective and productivity produced throughout the year.

Officials with Con-Way say without the drivers, they would not be a company, therefore these drivers deserve to be recognized.

"It shows that we care about our drivers because they are number one with us," said Bert Johnson of Con-way Truckload. "If it wasn't for our drivers, we wouldn't have a company. So it really increases our engagement with our drivers and our employees."

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