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    Dwayne Lewis

    Vice President - Dailey Trucks & TeamOne Logistics

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    Current Role:

    Dwayne Lewis joins TeamOne Logistics and Dailey Trucks as Vice President and leading consultant in acquisitions and new business development for both company's national markets. With over 25 years experience in the transportation industry, and applying a strong expertise in data-driven, long-term strategic planning, Dwayne will be a welcome addition to the Dailey team.

    Past Experience:

    Prior to joining TeamOne and Dailey Trucks, Dwayne was a National Account Sales Manager for Suarez Brothers Crane & Heavy Haul, where he managed a portfolio of over 30 accounts, which generated over $200,000 in revenue per week. During his time there, Dwayne was able to increase the number of customers by 30% in just a mere 9 months. 

    From 2003 through 2014, Dwayne worked for Acme Truck Line, Inc. starting out as a Brokerage Supervisor and Assistant Logistics Manager, then earning the position of Vice President and Sales Manager, managing a sales portfolio with revenues in excess of $125 million. In addition, Dwayne served on the Board of Directors and also created and directed sales team training and development programs that established high customer retention goals. 

    Previous to this, Dwayne held various positions as Brokerage Supervisor, Terminal Manager and Fleet Owner, and Transportation Supervisor for various companies in the Lafayette area. 


    In addition to Dwayne Lewis' professional experience in the transportation industry, he also served in the United States Army Reserve as Sergeant First Class from 1989 to 2012. He trained and instructed subordinates, received and implemented combat orders, served as a principal platoon officer, and commanded, maintained, and supervised other various operations.