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Grady Parris
Jan02

Grady Parris

Interview with Featured Truck Driving School Graduate Grady Parris National Training would like to share an interview with one of April 2012 truck driving school graduates Grady P. NTI:  Tell us about your family. Grady:  I grew up in a small town in N.C. called South Hominy Valley. As a child my family lived 10 miles off a paved road in the heart of the Appalachian and Smokey Mountains. My sister, brother and I, along with my cousins...

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Dana Katz
Jan02

Dana Katz

Featured graduate, Dana Katz attended his portion of hands on training driving a tractor trailer in August 2012. After serving in the Marines and using heavy equipment for 8 years, he said; “Truck driving and heavy equipment go hand and hand. I will be able to provide a stable income to support my growing family.” Dana shared with National Training Truck School why he chose our truck driving school over all the others that are out...

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Truck Driving School Graduate Melvin Johnson: Aug 2003
Aug23

Truck Driving School Graduate Melvin Johnson: Aug 2003

This can be you in a matter of weeks. It is with considerable pride that National Truck Drivers School recognizes Mr. Melvin Johnson. Melvin calls Naples Florida his home. Prior to Melvin becoming an alumnus, he tried his hand at construction work. He realized that being on the delivery end of a hammer did not offer any long-term security. Melvin decided that a future away from sawdust and woodscrews was necessary. So Melvin decided...

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Graduate Buys New C7 Corvette
Aug08

Graduate Buys New C7 Corvette

Michael Frazier & Kimberly Frazier were graduates of 2013 and went to work with Covenant shortly after. One of their dreams was to own a New C7 Corvette that cost $100,000. My husband and I both went to National Training Inc. and from there landed ourselves a wonderful career with Covenant. All along we said our goal was to own a $100,000 car. This 2014 Stingray Z51 3LT fully equipped with every option may have been a little shy...

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