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Betty Nix, Boyd Bros.
Boyd Bros. Brings Jobs to Cincinnati
Announces Open House on October 20 th!
Cincinnati , OH – Cincinnati has attracted another major employer with the opening of a Boyd Bros. Transportation terminal at Evandale Enterprise Park, 2521 Glendale Milford Rd, in Cincinnati.
“We are so proud to become a part of the Cincinnati business community,” said President and CEO Gail Cooper. “This is a great city, and it is strategically perfect for our continued growth. I hope everyone will join us for food, soft drinks, fun and prizes at our Open House on Friday, October 20 th from 11 am to 1 pm. Everyone is invited!”
“We’ll be giving away a 32-inch television or DVD player,” added Terminal Manager Cory Gilliard. “And we have a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for noon.”
Stable and successful since 1956, Boyd Bros., along with their sister division WTI, runs over 1,000 trucks, each one equipped with satellite communications, on-board computer, and automatic load tracking.
“As we continue to grow, we are hiring over 800 employees every year,” said COO/CFO Richard Bailey. “Here in Cincinnati, we’ll need everything from office workers to shop personnel.”
“And don’t forget the drivers!” adds Director of Recruiting Betty Nix. “We are looking for safe company drivers and owner operators throughout Ohio, and we treat our drivers right. I hope any qualified drivers in the area will call our Recruiting Department at 800-543-8923.”
To meet Cincinnati’s newest major employer, visit the Boyd Bros. Open House. The new terminal is off I-75 at Exit 14 (Glendale-Milford Rd). You’ll find directions on our website at www.driveforboyd.com. Or you can always call Boyd Bros. at 800-543-8923.
Boyd Bros. Transportation Inc., headquartered in Clayton, Alabama, is one of America’s leading flatbed truckload carriers, sp ecializing in the transportation of iron and steel products, lumber, roofing, and other valuable building commodities, mainly throughout the eastern two-thirds of the United States.