The Next Freightliner Hardest Working City is…Freightliner Trucks Severe Duty Newsletter
We announced the first city to be recognized by Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities in 2017 at the NTEA Work Truck Show in March: Congratulations Des Moines, Iowa.
Des Moines is filled with hard-working citizens who are committed to growth. The finance, insurance, and publishing industries are thriving in Des Moines, but the city also has a large trucking and construction presence. In addition, Des Moines offers its residents affordable housing and short commutes.
Here’s why Des Moines was chosen as a Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working City. It is among the top 10% of cities in North America for employed people per household, among the top 15% of cities in North America for heavy and tractor trailer truck drivers and light truck and delivery, and among the top 20% of cities in North America for average hours worked, construction employment, growth in total employment rate, and contribution to GDP.
We’ll be hitting the road this April 23 – 26 to pay the hard-working residents of Des Moines a visit. Our trip will include surprise, pop-up Hardest Working Cities events at job sites that will include much-needed coffee breaks and free swag for the workers of Des Moines to wear with pride.
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