"In a tongue-and-cheek way, they told me they might not be here in the winter," said company president Mary Shanaman.
"And that got me thinking, 'How did PennDOT get their home addresses?'"A member of the York County Chamber of Commerce, Shanaman made a call to the group's executive vice president, Bob Jensenius.
said the two drivers who received recruitment letters have a decade or more of experience driving.
"They would be very tough to replace," she
said.Commonwealth Supply Co.
manufactures industrial gas and also is a distributor of welding supplies.When recruiting new drivers, Shanaman
said, the company now considers people without a license and then works with those people to get licensed.
"Some of these guys that have licenses get opportunities with larger companies and take them.That makes it hard for a small businesses," she