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Have you ever dreamed of making money from home?

Get in the trucking industry 

Let's start this off by letting you know the answer a question you may have for starters. What is a freight broker? 

 A freight broker is someone who assists shippers with freight ready to haul by finding carriers who are qualified to haul the load.

 Freight brokers can run their own business or work for freight broker company.


They are responsible for arranging the transportation and tracking of a load hauled by a freight carrier.

The next question is more than likely how much can a freight broker make?


That can actually vary due to the type of freight you move. 

To be honest this is not for everyone it depends on you as a person. You can make nothing and I've personally with my partners had the lowest on an annual base made over a million and the most was 5 million.


There is money out there to be made for the right people.  This is not for everyone.


Our class days vary 

My course is 1 full day of classwork and you have 2 weeks of follow up to get your certificate. Make sure you are aware of trailer types, how to get customers , how to keep them, and quote them just for starters.


The In-person, class is $500.00

(Price will go up to $750 in January )

 A nonrefundable deposit is required for booking this class $100.00  per person

(includes course materials )

The online class is $600.00  zoom

a nonrefundable deposit is required for booking this class $100.00 once the full balance is payment course materials will be shipped.


Do you just want help setting up your trucking office with things like accounting, factoring, tracking, setup, dispatch and so much more we can help with that also?


In-person class $450 


A nonrefundable deposit is required for booking this class $100.00


Online $600 this is a one on one training 

a nonrefundable deposit is required for booking this class $100.00

Training is a day of our in-person classes.

Let me help you gain knowledge of an industry that is always changing but never going away.



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