A Driver Sales Representative that is any good at his job keeps an eye on his regular customers and communicates anything that may be an advantage to the Account Executive. Again , I question what the Account Executives spend their time on during the day - take it as a criticism if you will , but I'm happy to state the fact that I have no idea what they do during their workday. We have some that ride with select drivers on occasion but that's a small sample. I am using my terminal as an example: for the last decade we have had no new local accounts. Personally , I would like to see more new local accounts. The only new freight that has come to our terminal has been national accounts. Personally , I think that's wonderful but , I don't want all of our terminal's eggs in one basket. What's wrong with national accounts? When there is a problem the local Account Executives don't have a lot of incentive to try and fix whatever is wrong. It's not their account. And as far as running into or getting ahold of an Account Executive , it helps as far as making sure the customer's satisfied with what XPO Logistics is doing for them. And yes , of course we want the Account Executives in front of the people that make the decisions as far as who hauls their freight , but it's troubling to me as a driver that I've had those decision making people complain to me on the dock about not seeing an Account Executive. So , I admit , I'm ignorant to how an Account Executive spends their time during a workday , if someone would care to share , please and thank you.