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It's a Team's Life

  • Bass Pro Shop – Memphis, TN
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Sep 17th 2017 9:30AM
    I first saw the Pyramid in Memphis seventeen years ago when we were in the first truck and the structure fascinated me.
  • School is in session!
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Sep 12th 2017 7:15AM
    Students are back in school and that mean Trucker Buddy is back in session!!!
  • It’s that time of year
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Sep 7th 2017 9:52AM
    Ready or not fall is coming and behind fall is winter. Getting home every few months means thinking ahead about seasons changing.
  • Counting down the days
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Sep 2nd 2017 11:47AM
    We have a huge event happening in our family as we are expecting our first grandchild and it is a GIRL!
  • GATS Pride and Polish 2017
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Aug 28th 2017 8:37AM
    This past week was spent cleaning and polishing our 2015 Freightliner Cascadia with 340,000 miles on it for the 2017 GATS Pride and Polish Truck Show held in Dallas, Texas.
  • Let’s not meet
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Aug 23rd 2017 7:33AM
    If I meet you I could lose my CDL, our business, and have to start looking for a job. Really, I do not want to meet you.
  • Happy Birthday Bob
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Aug 18th 2017 7:32AM
    Today is Bob Caffee’s Birthday and wow have we celebrated a lot of birthdays together.
  • Do you have a solid Backbone?
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Aug 13th 2017 8:46AM
    Driver or Owner Operator receipts are the backbone of our business no receipts no deductions.
  • Never get Bored
    By Linda Caffee
    Posted Aug 8th 2017 8:51AM
    Waiting for a load what do we do? In the past, very past we called our dispatcher and asked what the deal was we needed to be moving. Now it is a different story.
  • Run Run - Wheel Loose on Interstate
    By Bob Caffee
    Posted Aug 3rd 2017 9:13AM
    It is pretty frightening to see a wheel running loose on the interstate and I have heard it is even more frightening to see one of your own wheels pass you going down the road.