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Old 10-02-2006, 08:09 PM
Location: Phoenix
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I put in an on-line Monster resume as a Service Manager to Ryder in Robards KY. I can't find any information on the net about them in that town. Would anyone have any info on that company? A phone number would be great. I live in Phoenix Az and wanting to relocate in that area. Any info on the town would be great to.
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Old 10-02-2006, 09:48 PM
Location: E ND & NW MN
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I searched for you too and couldnt come up much. I grew up in Madisonville, KY and the town name sounded familiar. I searched it up and sure enough Robards is a very small town south of Henderson, just north Sebree Kentucky. I do know a large Tyson plant is in the area too. Both towns are off the Pennyrile Parkway, and more along old US 41. Went back and forth to Evansville a lot over the years and never went through those two towns as they were off the parkway....but that area south of Henderson to Madisonville is extremely rural. I did see Robards had a pop of 527. Your job would be in Robards area, but certainly you would not live there. You would live up in Henderson....maybe 10-15 miles away max....or across the river in Evansville Indiana which is a much larger city. Henderson was about the same size of town as Madisonville (20-25,000) while Evansville was about 125,000 +/-. I think you could easily find affordable housing in the Evansville market as the cost of living there is not high and the Evansville area offers many nice restaurants, etc.
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Old 10-02-2006, 10:09 PM
Location: Phoenix
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Thanks for your info. I grew up in Indiana , and am wanting to move back in that area. I have family in Huntington and they have never heard of it. I found the town website , but nothing on Ryder. Thanks again.
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