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November Driver Of The Month Awards

Updated: Jan 5

We are excited to recognize the first-ever REVO Drivers & Managers of the month! These individuals have stood out as top performers in key metrics.

The November recipients are:

Jared Calderon

Jareds positivity and desire to find a better way have impacted our new operation in Boise, ID. Outside of work, he spends time intentionally creating new memories with his wife and two kids.

Zeniff Gamez

Zeniff has made an impression in Salt Lake City by delivering the same quality experience he would want from others. He is driven and motivated by his family, including his beloved pets. He loves adventure, trying new things, and exploring the outdoors.

Ed Garcia

Ed is a top performer in our BFI DDU division. He has been driving for twenty years and loves the open road. He is driven by a strong work ethic and it shows.

Danielle Crashul

Danielle is an inspiration to our Chalies Produce division. She has been driving for over 30 years. She is a Grandmother of 6, is crafty, loves quilting and cheering on the Seahawks. GO HAWKS!

Anton Donchev

Anton is critical to our newly launched DDU division in the greater Arizona area. He is excited about the opportunities this job could create.

Danelle Pierce

Danelle works for our DDU division in the greater Sacramento area. He is motivated to provide for his family and fund his hobbies of working on cars and DJ'ing.

Tim Schudel

Tim is a lead driver at our Spokane Cross Dock and has been recognized for his achievements in the military, as a water operator, and as chief instructor for Hunters Education. You may see him on the road on his Goldwing or outdoors in the woods spending time with his friends and family.

David L Miller

David is a key contributor to our KSEA DDU division in Tacoma, WA. As a Father of three and a Grandfather of 4, he is proud that everyone in his family serves our military. Thank you for your service!

Phil Cook

Phil is a rockstar in our Portland DDU division. Originally from Chicago, he moved to the PNW 16 years ago to start a packaging company with his brother. He now spends most of his free time with his son and daughter.

Travis Anderson

Travis is a rising star in his short time in our Portland Freight Division. He spends his free time enjoying his friends and family and days off at the park with his Girlfriend.

Daniel Romero

Daniel is fascinated with anything you can drive, whether by sea, air, or land. He enjoys learning new things and drives high standards at our Sacramento Freight division.

James Thompson

James was a heavy equipment operator for 24 years in the military before driving tractor-trailers for our freight division in Tacoma. He enjoys reading and spending time with his wife Joy, family, and friends.

Christopher Pogue

Christopher lets his work do the talking at our Freight division in Salt Lake City. Outside of work, he enjoys spending his time off with his children.

Managers of the month:

Todd Gunter | Salt Lake City

Todd has excellent follow-through, problem-solving and understands the proper procedures for working within Amazon Relay. He is willing to help new managers keep metrics up and close routes—he is diligent in maintaining open and timely communication with his support staff in Kirkland. He is driven to expand, his team at the ready-to-cover routes with limited to no rejections while on time. We can always count on his fleet information accuracy.

Christian Dixon | Tacoma

Christian began as a driver and has worked his way up to managing our Express DDU division, and is now running the show at our Freight Division in Tacoma, Washington. He leads our largest Freight operation with 50 drivers. His knowledge, professionalism, and willingness to go above and beyond are always helping us achieve excellence and drive an increase in customer satisfaction.



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