DotAuthority presents load training seminar in New York

DOTAuthority.com, a New York-based transportation consulting firm, has recently partnered with LoadTraining.com, an Arizona-based load training school, to bring a one-day load training seminar to the East Coast. The seminar is a full-day training session designed for new and veteran motor carriers and freight brokers.

Owned and operated by James P. Lamb, a former New York State Motor Carrier Investigator, now a USDOT-licensed Transportation Practitioner, DOTAuthority.com offers a variety of services for professional motor carriers and freight brokers including compliance and application fillings. DOTAuthority's load training seminar focuses on sales and marketing techniques used by master brokers to book loads directly with shippers. In partnering with the load training school, DOTAuthority.com intends to offer its clients a mechanism for learning how to market trucking services and deal with shippers directly.

Seminar attendees will be instructed by Mr. David Dwinell, master broker and owner of LoadTraining.com. Mr. Dwinell has lectured thousands of students since opening up his Arizona-based load training school 18 years ago. He regularly teaches start-up carriers how to survive the first two crucial years when many businesses fail and he helps veteran carriers and brokers learn how to make up to 25% more profit.

The first session of these monthly seminar offerings is scheduled for Saturday, December 18 at DOTAuthority.com's training facility in Commack New York. The seminar starts at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 5:00 p.m. Seats are limited and the registration deadline date is December 1. Anyone interested in attending this information packed seminar can register online at www.dotauthority.com or may call DOTAuthority.com at 800-450-7516. DotAuthority.com's facility is conveniently located at 340 Veterans Highway, Commack, New York, off exit 52 of the Long Island Expressway (I-495).

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