April 13, 2006

| April 13, 2006

Robert Adams drives this 2004
Kenworth T800 for Mike Sprandel
of Cincinnati. It has With a 555-hp
Caterpillar engine under the hood.

Keeping track of your success (and misses) on the road is vital, and to do that, you need a profit and loss statement. It’s the scorecard of your business performance. Generated monthly, this statement measures your financial progress by employing a basic formula of revenue minus expenses equals profit. It details the types of revenue you’re making, breaks out individual expenses, tells you how much money you’re making and what expenses you need to trim.

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Danny Herman Trucking, Inc.
Hello Owner/Operators,

We are always looking for quality o/ops with good looking equipment to join our fleet & family. We have an exceptional average LOH of 1500 miles and a highly competitive rate per mile of .89 for solos and .98 cents per mile for teams plus our 100% escalating FSC, which is currently averaging .24 cpm. That pays an Owner Operator TEAM a rate of $1.22 per mile!

Click on us now and drive right on into our very defined lane structure.

J.B. Hunt
Increase your profits

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