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TruckDriverSchools.com Features CDL and Truck Driving School Graduates in Nationwide TV Commercial
Individuals who enroll in a CDL or truck driving school listed at CDLTrainingSchools.com do not only have the opportunity to pass their CDL test and be professional truckers; they also get the chance to be featured in a nationwide TV commercial.
June 16, 2011 — Each year, one lucky graduate of any CDL or truck driving school listed at CDLTrainingSchools.com is given the opportunity to be featured in the company’s 30 and 60- second TV commercial, which is aired throughout the country.
To be eligible, interested parties must be over 18 years old before the filming and production and they must have used one of the websites listed at CDLTrainingSchools.com to locate the CDL schools they have attended and graduated from. Applicants should have completed and submitted an online form in full after graduating. After the company receives each form, it will be officially entered into the annual drawing held each fall. The winner travels for free to the city where the commercial will be filmed and gets paid $1,000.00 for the project.
An aspiring professional trucker can locate a reputable CDL or truck driving school in his area by simply clicking their curser on the map at the state where he or she wishes to attend school. Aside from allowing applicants to discover hundreds of the finest truck driving schools in the country, they can also take a sample CDL test and go through interesting articles and resources on trucking, employment, and funding at the website.
To learn more about CDLTrainingSchools.com and how to be in our nationwide TV commercial, visit http://www.truckdriverschools.com/be-in-a-tv-commercial/
CDLTrainingSchools.com is a lead generation site and online resource that helps aspiring professional truckers find a reputable CDL or truck driving school in their state or neighborhood. It also has a sample CDL test, articles on trucking, employment, and CDL training funding, as well as helpful resources from Truckers Service Association, America’s Independent Association, Inc., and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. For more information, visit http://www.truckdriverschools.com or call 1-800-TRUCKER.