Monthly Archives: August 2016

August 26, 2016

IDAHO FALLS WAS COOKIN’

The weather was great and the skies were clear in Idaho Falls on Thursday, August 15, as the team served up lunch to customers, employees, and the extended WSECO family.  All told, 320 hamburgers, 250 hotdogs, and 30 pounds of potato and macaroni salad disappeared along with 298 cookies and countless bags of chips.

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August 15, 2016

PUTTIN’ FOR PORK.

Golf is fun. Pork is delicious. So it stands to reason that if an opportunity to combine the two exists, said opportunity must be seized with vigor. For Missoula, this cocktail of enjoyment is nothing new. They’ve been sitting the king of sports on the throne of delectable delights for two years, and they recently … Continue reading PUTTIN’ FOR PORK.

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August 10, 2016

AIN’T NO SERVICE LIKE WESTERN STATES SERVICE.

Earlier this week, we received an urgent request for help through our website. A lady traveling with her 82-year-old mother was having problems with a motor home when traveling up grades. Enter Spokane’s Truck Shop team. On short notice, they helped the ladies get back on the road worry-free. For their efforts, the customer’s daughter … Continue reading AIN’T NO SERVICE LIKE WESTERN STATES SERVICE.

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August 8, 2016

WESTERN STATES’ MAN OF IRON.

People participate in all sorts of activities to battle the pitfalls of desk work. Maybe they run, cycle or swim. Some, like¬†Regional Service Manager Toby Miller, do all three. Miller, a triathlete, is driven by pure goals. “My family history has a lot of heart problems and diabetes, plus my work creates a shortage of … Continue reading WESTERN STATES’ MAN OF IRON.

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August 5, 2016

HEAVY HAUL OVERHAUL.

Heavy Haul is rolling out a new transportation model to solve inefficiencies born out of inconsistent fleet configurations, a lack of coordinated dispatch and limited efforts to develop drivers. The new model ensures efficiency, customer service and driver development measure up to Western States’ standards. The first order of business was to implement a dispatch … Continue reading HEAVY HAUL OVERHAUL.

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