Just got the call and was offered a full time position at the Apple Valley DC. It has really been a long process with alot of time and money invested in the effort. I am honored to be joining the best of the best and even with 20 years of experience I feel I have room for improvement. Everyone throughout the process from everyone at the DC to the people where I did my DOT physical and drug screen have been very nice and treated me like a rock star. For you future applicants you need to be ready for a very competitive process. They received 600 applications at Apple Valley from which they took 20 on to interviews of which ten will be offered positions. I have not seen this much competition for a job since back when I was testing for a paid firefighter job where it is common to see a 500/1 ratio of applicants for available positions. You need to know how to give a professional interview and you need to understand the culture. I would like to thank everyone who took the time to answer questions from applicants who came here seeking information. Other than current Wal-Mart drivers there really is no reliable resource from which to get information. Since being prepared is the easiest way to rise above the other applicants you need to know all you can about the position however I caution anyone from following advice they may receive from other sources. Over the years I have found people that while meaning well had no business giving advice on a subject that they are not familiar with. We all know there are Wal-Mart haters and they love to give bad advice and you need to be aware. I intend to pay it forward and would be glad help future applicants if they have questions about the process. Most of what you need to know has been covered in these threads. Remember you will need to be the best of the best to join this elite group of professionals.