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TruckerJobs The App - Recruit Truck Drivers Through iPhone and Android Phones/Devices.(August 13, 2011)
Anniston, AL (PRWEB) August 13, 2011
TruckerJobs the App brings driver recruiting into the new era of smartphone applications being used by most every major business segment to reach the millions of users who now regularly use iPhone and Android powered devices.
Wright Medias CEO, Kenny Wright has been successful in the print and internet advertising industry for years and says, The evolution of driver recruiting is definitely in the use of smart phones. Every major market segment in the country from retail giants to the automobile industry to job marketplace companies are seeing unbelievable results by reaching people on their smartphones.
Wright says that within days of TruckerJobs the Apps July release hundreds of drivers had already downloaded the app and submitted driver applications to the select carriers who were a part of Wrights TruckerJobs the App initial launch.
Drivers everywhere are using smartphones, so why not use it as a recruiting tool? It just makes sense. Think about this: within a few clicks, a driver can be on the phone talking with a recruiter, all because of seeing the free app on his/her phone.
TruckerJobs the App is now available on over 470 different phone types and is being downloaded in rapidly growing numbers by drivers across the country. The company expects the number of free downloads to increase into the tens of thousands in a matter of weeks, and the sky is the limit.
To find out more about the unique and cutting edge opportunity being offered to a limited number of carriers at an incredible special introductory rate call or email Kenny Wright at 888-578-5388 or kwright(at)wrightmediacorp(dot)com . Visit the site at http://www.TruckerJOBSapp.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/8/prweb8715899.htm.
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