CTL increases tuition reimbursement, presents July Bull Dog Award

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CTL Distribution has announced plans to increase the total tuition amount reimbursed by its tuition reimbursement program. The new program, which went into effect Tuesday, Aug. 1, allows students hired after that date to receive up to $5,000 in tuition reimbursements.

The new program will reimburse students on a monthly basis, and represents a $2,000 increase in tuition reimbursements for each student that signs up, compared to CTL’s previous program that reimbursed students up to $3,000. “This is a great change to our old program, and it will really work to a student’s advantage,” says Ken Wieck, director of human resources and driver recruiting at Mulberry, Fla.-based CTL. “The increase not only makes our program more attractive to graduating students, but also allows students to get more of their tuition – if not all of it – reimbursed.”

CTL also announced that Joey Noah, a tank truck driver based at the company’s Mobile, Ala., terminal, is the winner of its Bull Dog Award for July. The award — which acknowledges an employee’s character, integrity, performance or improvement in performance — is the most prestigious honor recognized at CTL. Noah has been with CTL since January 2003.

“Joey has been willing to do whatever is asked of him, with no complaints,” says Rob McDermott, general chemical operations manager of CTL. “Joey’s positive attitude and willingness to help these terminals and CTL in any way possible has lead to Joey being one of CTL’s very best professional tank truck drivers.”