Honored on August 27, 2015
Location: Neely Coble Company319 Fesslers LaneNashville, TN 37210
NASHVILLE (August 27, 2015) — Nashville lives up to its state's motto — America at its best. As one of the Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities, Nashville ranked among the highest in total hours worked.
We quickly realized this when we kicked off our Nashville celebration by making three surprise jobsite visits with more than 150 workers — just some of this city's hardest workers.
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The Hardest Working Cities award in front of the beautiful Nashville skyline.
The Hardest Working Cities award around town
Hardest Working Cities around town
Freightliner Trucks in action in downtown Nashville
Interview with the Tennessee Department of Transportation
Workers on the Fast Fix 8 project
Thanking workers on the Fast Fix 8 project
Fast Fix 8 workers posing with the award
Visiting workers at Nashville Electric Service
Refueling workers at Nashville Electric Service
Workers on the I-65/Peytonsville Road bridge construction project
Refueling workers on the I-65/Peytonsville Road bridge construction
A hardworking 122SD work truck
A Nashville Fire Department EMT Freightliner truck
Mayor's office accepts the Hardest Working Cities award
Congressman Jim Cooper (D-TN) talks about hard work in Nashville.
City officials posing with the Hardest Working Cities award
The Neely Coble Company family with the Hardest Working Cities award
Interview with the mayor's office
Interview with Neely Coble Company
Freightliner knows it takes more than trucks to build a city.
Meet the people living in Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities.
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