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Aim Recognizes Techs Virtually

Posted on 11/6/2020
Aim Technician Sal Sgotto holding his new laptop and Aim-branded Carhartt backpack.

Thank you to all of the Aim technicians. We see your hard work and truly appreciation each and every one of you.

This year extra attention has been paid to our nation’s truck drivers, and for good reason. These men and women, in the face of a pandemic, have been the nervous system of our economy, our hospital system and, really, our nation as a whole. However, we would be remiss if we overlooked the hardworking individuals behind the scenes turning wrenches every day to keep the equipment drivers depend on safe and operational.

“Our amazing team of technicians may work behind the scenes,” said Aim Training and Support Manager, Scherry May, “but that doesn’t make them any less vital to what we do as a company. In fact, without them, their hard work and dedication, we wouldn’t be here.”

So, as we did in September for our Aim Integrated Logistics truck drivers, last week we held a virtual Tech Appreciation Week. For five days, a cohort of hosts—including Aim Co-Presidents Geoff Fleming and Scott Fleming as well as Aim EVP and COO Terry DiMascio—and their assistants stepped in front of the camera to express their gratitude and raffle off gifts to Aim’s techs.

The giveaway included a smorgasbord of gift cards, gift bags, jackets, hats, coolers, laptops, televisions, wireless headphones and a whole lot more.

“We’re so grateful for all that our techs do daily, and our hope is that this event, at the very least, let them know we’re thinking of them and that we value them,” said May.

Be sure to check out all the fun we had raffling off all the awesome giveaways on our YouTube channel.

Aim Technician Shawn Stoudt (left) receives his smart TV prize, presented by Aim Director of Maintenance Aaron Chamberlin.

Aim is grateful to continue adding good-paying mechanic jobs with great benefit to several parts of the country. Techs in need of a job can view opportunities at our careers webpage or reach out to Aim Director of Talent Management Eleanor Arnold at 330-759-0438 or earnold@aimntls.com.

We would like to thank our valued vendor partners who helped sponsor this event, including: Cerni International, D.A.S. Mechanical Services, Denver Spring, Fleet Maintenance, Forsha Truck & Auto, Fyda Freightliner, Hovis Truck Supply, International Body, Interstate Towing & Transportation/Johnny’s Towing, Kan Am Tractor and Frame, Kufner Towing, McCandless international, Mike’s Heavy Truck Collision Corp, Mohawk Thermo King, Purcell’s Goodyear Tire, Rocky Mountain Cummins, Schindler Bros. Truck Service, Southside Trailer, Thermo King (Tolleson, AZ), Utility Tolleson-Tucson, Velocity Truck Center.

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