TrailersPlus frequently gives back to its local communities. Because the cost of the trailer wasn’t within the Kingman Young Marines’ reach, TrailersPlus was able to provide a partial donation to get them the trailer they needed.
TrailersPlus and Interstate strive to provide great jobs to their communities. Veteran-friendly, TrailersPlus and Interstate have entry-level positions open. “It’s important for the company to make community members aware of their business to attract graduates or those moving to the area in need of a job”, said Jack Freeman.
TrailersPlus and Interstate hire ages 18 and older, and they work with new employees to find the best part of the production plant that fits their background.
Jack Freeman explained, “I am pleased to be assigned to this project to help the Kingman Young Marines obtain a trailer that would make their day-to-day operations easier. These acts of kindness are some of the things I look forward to at work. It’s incredibly exciting.”
The Kingman Young Marines are about teamwork, leadership and discipline. “Regardless of their path after graduation, whether it be work, school or the military, they will have the strength to do it,” said Terry Flanagan.
Interstate and TrailersPlus are always hiring. If you are interested in starting a career where growth and development are endless, then apply today! More information on open positions can be found at https://www.trailersplus.com/careers/.