Tennessee CDL School
Tennessee CDL School

Driver Recruiting Happy Hour Podcast

Shawn and Cilla Davis Talk Trucking

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 10:58 Written by Darin Williams
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We welcome Shawn and Priscilla Davis of the Tennessee CDL School to the Driver Recruiting Happy Hour podcast. We talk quite a lot about cheerleading. Really. From there, discussions move to shoes, golf, age, Priscilla and Darin both living in one-stoplight towns in Iowa, and eventually trucking.

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Today's Guests: Shawn and Priscilla Davis - Tennessee CDL School

As one of the most respected CDL schools in the country, the Tennessee CDL School excels in providing students the necessary skills to begin driving a truck professionally. Their instructors provide both the hands-on training and the classroom preparation needed to properly and safely operate a truck so students can obtain a Class A CDL license.

Shawn and Priscilla have been in the trucking industry for over a decade. Shawn started as a flatbed truck driver, operations manager for a trucking company, and then moved into teaching. He started as an intructor and worked his way up to Director and vice president for multiple schools. Priscilla started as a driver recruiter, then moved to Admin and HR. Together they strive to provide to give the community the best opportunity to change their life in the trucking industry. 

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Darin Williams

Darin Williams founded CDLjobs.com in 1999 and serves as President of the company and its parent organization, Williams Media Group, Inc.

Mr. Williams has been a featured speaker at several of the largest conferences for driver recruiting and retention of personnel throughout the United States.

In addition to his current role at CDLjobs.com, Mr. Williams serves on the Truckload Carriers Association Recruiting and Retention Committee, the Membership Committee of Women In Trucking, and is the Chairman of the Next Generation in Trucking Foundation Board.