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Janet M.'s Comment
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Does anyone have phone number to Swift? All I can find is their Phoenix address. If I can talk to someone there I may be able to figure out if I can stand a chance at this or not from physical standpoint and my meds

Errol V.'s Comment
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I didn't believe it. I looked through the TT Company Review for Swift, there's NO CONTACT INFO!

Oh well, I went to the Swift recruiting web site, got this number: 866-532-0431 It's a general recruiting number.

At any rate, you should be able to get your questions answered. (Keep in mind the day I posted this is Saturday. You'll get someone, I believe, but Monday may be a better day.)

Pianoman's Comment
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I don't remember if it works on weekends, but if you call Phoenix there is a menu option for prospective drivers. It will transfer you to a recruiter. If that doesn't work, the number for my recruiter was (801) 924-7218 and her name is Heidi Hotchkiss. Granted, this was a year ago, so she may not still work there, but she was really good about getting back to me quickly and getting me good info. Give her a call and she should be able to help you out.

Janet M.'s Comment
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I don't remember if it works on weekends, but if you call Phoenix there is a menu option for prospective drivers. It will transfer you to a recruiter. If that doesn't work, the number for my recruiter was (801) 924-7218 and her name is Heidi Hotchkiss. Granted, this was a year ago, so she may not still work there, but she was really good about getting back to me quickly and getting me good info. Give her a call and she should be able to help you out.

Thanks it may not be until Wednesday i have other appointments Monday and Tuesday.

Janet M.'s Comment
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I didn't believe it. I looked through the TT Company Review for Swift, there's NO CONTACT INFO!

Oh well, I went to the Swift recruiting web site, got this number: 866-532-0431 It's a general recruiting number.

At any rate, you should be able to get your questions answered. (Keep in mind the day I posted this is Saturday. You'll get someone, I believe, but Monday may be a better day.)

I could not believe it either not having a phone number listed. Thanks for help

Tractor Man's Comment
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Go online and fill out the form. Recruiter was in touch with me inside of 2 hours. I did 95 percent of correspondence with my recruiter via email. Always got quick responses, plus you have it in WRITING!!

GOOD LUCK

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Errol V.'s Comment
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Here's a Swift recruiter I dug up: Evan at the Memphis terminal: 901-344-4713

The number's 4 months old, so the worst is it won't be Evan answering, but a recruiter should be there Monday.

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

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