HARDEST WORKING CITY

Seattle-Tacoma

ALL OF THAT COFFEE IS FUELING MORE THAN YOU THINK.

(August 4, 2016) — Last week, we honored the Seattle-Tacoma area as our latest Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working City. With close to four million citizens and projects such as the $470 million Seattle-Tacoma International Airport renovation, WSDOT's I-5 overhaul, and Port of Seattle's expanded international arrivals facility, this area is seriously fueling hard work in North America.

We began our celebration with surprise visits to three worksites in the area, and then headed to Valley Freightliner to host the Seattle-Tacoma Hardest Working Cities award presentation with State Senator Pam Roach.

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Hard workers in Seattle-Tacoma don't get lost in the nuts and bolts, they just make things happen.

The Seattle-Tacoma Hardest Working Cities award

Hard workers in Seattle-Tacoma don't get lost in the nuts and bolts, they just make things happen.

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Team Hendrick's Kasey Kahne gives a shout out to the hard workers in the Seattle-Tacoma area.

We're not the only ones honoring Seattle-Tacoma.

Team Hendrick's Kasey Kahne gives a shout out to the hard workers in the Seattle-Tacoma area.

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