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Army Vet Receives Lease Bonus

Grad of Tampa Truck Driving School

Transitioned From Military Into Civilian Trucking Career

Kyle Israel attended Tampa Truck Driving School for his CDL training. After completing 6 years of service in the United States Army, Kyle was looking for the next step as he transitioned to civilian life, and found a new home at Stevens Transport.

He explained that he did not have much luck in his job search until he talked with Stevens Transport. One day after speaking with the company, he was on his way to his first day of CDL school, and the start of his new career. Kyle states that being able to see the country that he protected for 6 years is an honor, and appreciates Stevens Transport for giving him the opportunity to have a stable and fulfilling career that allows him to do that.

After transitioning out of the Army following 6 years, I didn’t know what I wanted to do until I spoke with Stevens Transport. The support system in the company is designed to set each driver up for success and I’m glad I found a home at Stevens Transport as I resumed my civilian life.

– Kyle Israel

His favorite part about Stevens Transport is the support system that keeps him on the road and provides him with everything he needs to make his job as easy as possible. Stevens has become a 2nd home for Kyle, and he looks forward to many more career milestones with the company.

Thank you for your service, Kyle, and congratulations on this milestone!

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Published October 4, 2018