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Truck Driving School Graduate Donald Fewell: October 2005
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Truck Driving School Graduate Donald Fewell: October 2005

  This can be you in a matter of weeks.   Stop Waiting! Click Here!   National Truck Drivers School would like you to meet an “oldie but a goodie.” This is Donald Fewell. Donald is from Amarillo, Texas. He attended our truck driving program way back in October of 2002. He researched many of truck schools before arriving at our doors. We asked him, “Why us?” He explained that we had the best facilities and a competitive...

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Truck Driving School Graduate Leroy Johnson: September 2005
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Truck Driving School Graduate Leroy Johnson: September 2005

  This can be you in a matter of weeks.   Stop Waiting! Click Here!   Standing in front of this Coastal Logging Company truck is Mr. Leroy Johnson. Leroy is able to drive for Coastal because he has a good driving record and a Class A commercial drivers license. It wasn’t always that way for Leroy. He also drove truck for Willis Express. In 2004 Leroy fell in love and wanted to come off the road. Having his Class A gave...

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Truck Driving School Graduate Camelia Sebastian: August 2005
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Truck Driving School Graduate Camelia Sebastian: August 2005

  This can be you in a matter of weeks.   Stop Waiting! Click Here!   National Truck Drivers School is pleased as punch to present for your review one Ms. Camelia Sebastian. Camelia hails from West Palm Beach Florida. She attended National’s truck training course back in October of 2004. She recently popped in with her truck and sat down for a visit. Camelia was an office manager when we met her. She had also held some...

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Truck Driving School Graduate Basil Berry: July 2005
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Truck Driving School Graduate Basil Berry: July 2005

  This can be you in a matter of weeks.   Stop Waiting! Click Here!   National Truck Drivers School is proud to introduce you to Basil Berry. Basil graduated from our school back in March of 2003. Prior to attending truck driver training, Basil was a U.S. Marine. Now that Basil has retired from the Corps, he was in need of a revenue stream. The civilian job market for trained, steely eyed killers is pretty thin. Basil...

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