Dominos Supply Chain Salt Lake City Hub

Discussion in 'LTL and Local Delivery Trucking Forum' started by Outis, Jan 24, 2020.

  1. Outis

    Outis Bobtail Member

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    Anyone have experience as a truck driver at the Dominos SLC hub? I interviewed with them but I want to hear from a driver directly.

    Is it 4 days a week? Do they make you shave your beard? Average stops and piece count on a route? Are delivery times realistic to make?

    I interviewed with Dominoes, they told me it's 18-25,000 lbs per route, 8-10 stops average for a solo route. 25-30,000lbs+ for a team. They say there's no scan gun and no paperwork with the stores. They say I will make 80-85,000 annually doing 4 routes a week. Supposedly all local, no OTR. I did ask them if I would have to drive out of state and they said, "the only time is if a shuttle driver going to Denver calls in sick" so I take this with a huge grain of salt. There's many nightmare employee reviews but not from this division.

    I've only seen sleeper trucks for dominos so that really makes me wonder. They say it will be all local now, maybe they'll change their mind after I start. Especially as a new guy at the bottom of the seniority. Also wonder if the 80-85K might be exaggerated.

    I have a little over a year of experience doing food service. Company I'm at now I work 4 days a week around 40-50 hours and made 71k last year. Looking to possibly make more money not working more than 40-50hrs a week.
    I don't wanna regret leaving were I am at now though so I want to gather as much info as I can
     
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  2. Western flyer

    Western flyer Road Train Member

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    Stay where your at.
    All local work, but all sleeper trucks. Hmm.
    And you only have to do OTR when the Denver
    Shuttle driver calls in sick.
    You want to take a guess on what time of
    Year that Denver shuttle driver calls in sick.
     
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  3. flybynight12

    flybynight12 Medium Load Member

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    The summer
     
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  4. Outis

    Outis Bobtail Member

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    I told them in my preliminary interview I was 21 and asked if I had to be 23 or 25 or anything and they said no. They just emailed me 5 min before my 2nd scheduled interview to say they changed their age requirement to 23. what a joke! Glad I didn't put in a 2 weeks notice yet
    all local work with only sleeper cabs. Something smells fishy to me.
     
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  5. flybynight12

    flybynight12 Medium Load Member

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    Go get a job in ltl like abf or ups or one of the other companies you will make just as much if not more with 1000 percent less work
     
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