I can't speak about the entire company, but can share my experiences with regards to the Tampa and Mulberry terminals and it has not been a positive experience. As an example: When I was hired, the annual pay advertised was $ 50k-70k. Dillon has since removed this from their advertisement/recruiting information due to so many drivers getting angry because of the income expectation, when in realty for the majority the income was in the mid 30k to the low 40k range. There are a number of areas that I site, but I don't want to just trash Dillon. I want to help anyone interested in working for Dillon in my area to go in with realistic expectations. If you have specifics questions about Dillon, I will answer them according to my experiences in these two terminals.