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RCI Recruitment Solutions
Qualified CDL Class A Drivers Wanted. Apply Today!
For over 50 years, RC Beverage Company has been bringing innovation to the soft drink market. We introduced the first 16-oz. bottle in 1958, followed by the first diet soft drink in 1962, and then, the groundbreaking launch of the first soft drink in aluminum cans in 1964. Twenty years later brought consumers the first caffeine-free, diet soft drink. As the areas only remaining local bottler, employing a workforce of over 300, RC Bottling produces and distributes over 170 million cans and bottles, annually, distributing to 2 million people across 5 states and 86 counties. Our newly renovated, 30,000 square-foot addition to our Evansville plant, and a distribution portfolio boasting 270 different beverage products, lend credence to our motto, A taste for everyone.
CDL Class A Drivers
Evansville and Terre Haute, IN; Henderson, Owensboro, Paducah/Mayfield, and Bowling Green/Beaver Dam, KY; Huron/Marion, OH; and Cape Girardeau, MO
As one of our Route Delivery Drivers, you will uphold our outstanding reputation in our community by safely delivering our products to loyal customers along assigned routes. To qualify, you must be at least 21 years of age and hold a valid CDL Class A drivers license. Newly licensed, but no experience? No problem! Well happily train candidates who exhibit a positive, customer-focused attitude. You must also bring with you a clean driving record and a blemish-free criminal background.
Working here with us, youll be rewarded with great pay and excellent employee benefits, such as medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with a retirement plan, paid vacations and holidays, and more.
Got a taste for success? Then join one of the most dynamic, energetic teams at one of the areas leading companies! Send your resume to klandry- for immediate consideration.
RC Beverage Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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