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Ribbon Cutting Set for AB CDL Driver Training

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October 31, 2017



WHAT:          Mayor Erin Stewart will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the opening of AB CDL Driver Training

WHEN:         Friday, November 3, 2017 at 2 p.m.

WHERE:       221 South St., New Britain, CT


WHO:         Mayor Erin E. Stewart

                        Bill Carroll, Economic Development Director

                        Timothy Stewart, President of the Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce

                        Thomas Moysey, President, AB CDL Driver Training

                        Members of the New Britain City Council



Friday’s ribbon cutting will mark the opening of AB CDL Driver Training School on 221 South St. in New Britain.  The 3.4 acre land equipped with 2,300 square feet of office space has opened the door for owner Thomas Moysey to relocate from Waterford to New Britain. 

“The reasons for locating in New Britain were twofold.  New Britain offers direct access to highways for additional training, and I’ve been very intrigued with the positive results I’ve read about and witnessed since Mayor Stewart has taken office,” said Moysey.

AB CDL Driver Training School offers a broad range of driving classes for aspiring drivers of all sorts.  Training is offered for vehicles such as trailers, dump trucks, RVs, buses, oversized loads, and more.  AB CDL also offers training in emergency first response courses and specialized training in safety and defensive driving training courses.

Moysey, a veteran and former state trooper, opened his driving school approximately ten years ago in Waterford, CT.  Since it’s opening, the school has achieved outstanding success with its trainees and opened the door to many job opportunities for its graduates.  Over 86% of graduates have a job within a week after graduation, as AB CDL offers individualized job search assistance.

The school has received regional recognition for its 96% placement rate, with graduates being hired by companies such as Bob’s Discount Stores, Burris Logistics of Rocky Hill, CT and DW Transport of Franklin, and the State Connecticut.  Western Express, one of the nation’s most notable truckload carriers, has called AB CDL, “the best training school in the country”, while New England Motor Freight voted AB CDL the top training facility in the northeast. 

David Huck




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