Posts belonging to Category truck shows
Posted by Jason Cox on June 28, 2009
Well, I guess this year’s Great West Truck Show in Las Vegas, NV is winding down. As the curtains close on that show, they are being readied to part again for the Dallas, TX show.
Our friend Trucker Desiree, was at this year’s show in Las Vegas, and she plans to attend the Dallas Show as well. From [...]
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Renegade Trucking Companies Then and Now
Posted by Jason Cox on June 13, 2009
I guess I need to clarify a few things, from a little small argument I was involved in on twitter today. I mentioned that I had done 6000 miles in a week, big deal. Now, it gets tweeted all over hell and creation that I am doing this now. 140 characters, it is pretty easy [...]
Categories: Thoughts from a trucker, Women in trucking, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: Allen Smith, Bullying in the workplace, Cincinnati, cincinnati oh, closed doors, company, Hostile Training, Houston, June, little white pills, log books, time, Trucking, trucking companies, Twitter, way, Work Environments within Trucking | 13 Comments »
Raising Breast Cancer Awareness
Posted by Newsfortruckers on June 12, 2009
During October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the members organizations of different organizations join forces to spread the message that early detection of breast cancer followed by prompt treatment saves lives. If you or a loved one has Breast cancer or has had it, then you already know what all this means. I am not [...]
Categories: Healthy Truck Driver, Thoughts from a trucker, Women in trucking, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: Awareness, Breast, breast cancer awareness month, breast-cancer awareness, Cancer, cancer awareness month, CMT's Trick my Truck, Dale, Dale Hayden, invasive breast cancer, national breast cancer, national breast cancer awareness month, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, treatment, truck, United States | 5 Comments »
Truck Star Radio~ Have you tuned in
Posted by Jason Cox on May 8, 2009
@danielaudet from twitter owns and operates Truck Star radio. Besides driving for his real job, he is a boat hauler hauling the big fast luxery boats for all the rich people. He is also a writer, and a blogger his blog located at truckstar.com is a world class blog with over 100,000 viewers per week.
I am [...]
Categories: Thoughts from a trucker, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: Truck Star radio | No Comments »
Goodyear’s Highway Hero Honored for Saving Two Young Girls
Posted by Jason Cox on March 19, 2009
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has honored Colorado truck driver Jorge Orozco Sanchez with the 26th Goodyear North American Highway Hero Award, in recognition of his effort in saving two young girls after a horrific highway accident last October.
Orozco Sanchez was named the 2008 Highway Hero here at a special awards banquet during the Mid-America [...]
Categories: Thoughts from a trucker, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: 26th Goodyear North American Highway Hero Award, Colin Nicklas, independent owner-operator, Nikolay Zashev, Orozco Sanchez, Roy Hackett, Tihomir Tanev, Willie Wilson | No Comments »
Bone Crusher Unveiled
Posted by Jason Cox on March 19, 2009
What do you get when you cross Maine’s most famous truck stop, with one of Maine’s most famous loggers? A pound of beef, or Dysart’s new “Bone Crusher” burger.
“To me, it’s a great thing, you know not everybody has something named after them. Maybe a president or, you know, a famous star! I don’t feel [...]
Categories: Truck Show, Truck Stops, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: American Loggers, Bone Crusher, Dysart's restaurant, Mecca of maine truck stops, Millinocket based Gerald Pelletier Logging, pound of beef | No Comments »
Harley-Davidson Puts Its Name on a Semi
Posted by Jason Cox on March 18, 2009
WoW! Is all I can say for this beast! You could not get me to go home if I had one of these trucks. This is one bad (in a good way) looking truck! I am not a big Harley Davidson fan, but I really loved the Ford pickup they did, and now this!
Owners of the Harley-Davidson Ford [...]
Categories: Thoughts from a trucker, Truck Show, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: Harley-Davidson Ford F-150, International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Special Edition, no more sissy trucks for you, Wednesday at the Mid-America Trucking Show | No Comments »
Millinocket family pleased by TV debut
Posted by Jason Cox on March 2, 2009
MILLINOCKET, Maine — As an image of his face filled the projection screen and various flat-screen televisions arrayed around the large banquet room of the River Drivers restaurant, Rudy Pelletier folded his arms across his chest and watched anxiously.
The 51-year-old is a logging company owner, not an actor, but there he was, one of the leading players in [...]
Categories: Thoughts from a trucker, Truck Show, truck driver Industry, truck shows | Tags: American Loggers, Discovery Channel’s new reality TV show, Rudy Pelletier | No Comments »