Truxx Nationwide Driver Network Reaches 7000
Driver growth for the popular truck-sharing app demonstrates strong demand for pickup truck and van owners who want to participate in the gig-economy.
"If you own a truck, it's a good way to earn some extra money. Our user base is expanding and we work hard to grow daily jobs, but truck-sharing services will always be a lower volume, higher earning gig as compared to ride-sharing. People just don't need large items moved everyday. Nonetheless, our drivers make good money and still have lots of free time over the weekend," according to Joe Hess, Truxx co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer. In fact, the average Truxx job is $87 as compared to roughly $15 for a ride-sharing gig.
Truxx also found pockets of higher driver density near TruxxRetail partner stores, which they claim affirms their last-mile deliver strategy. "It's an efficient relationship. Customers appreciate the help, retailers like the growth in sales, and drivers like earning extra money," say Carlos Suarez, co-Founder and Chief Design Officer.
Metro New York region driver, Butch Jesus Gonzalez concurs. As a Truxx driver for over a year, he says, "The app is a great communication tool. It allows for smooth moves. I love driving for Truxx."
Truxx is one of the first truck-sharing services with a national driver network in a growing segment of the gig economy.
Truxx is a digital platform that connects pickup truck/van owners with people in need of moving larger items, like oversized retail purchases or for moves across town. The service also offers drivers an opportunity to earn additional income. The service is available by downloading the mobile app or online (Truxxit.com)
. Prices start at just $25. Truxx is one of the first services of its kind. For more information on the company, please visit www.Truxxit.com.
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