Are you a

Road Warrior?

Road Warriors are professional drivers who work hard to keep our country moving and our economy running. 

The U.S. economy depends on trucks to deliver more than 65% of all freight transported annually. Additionally, many drivers spend more than 300 days a year on the road! Join the Road Warrior challenge where we search for the unsung heroes in the professional driving industry. Now is the time to celebrate the Road Warrior.

Do you know a professional driver worthy of being a Road Warrior? Are you one? Submit a nomination today. We will be choosing daily and weekly Road Warriors to be featured here and on social media. We appreciate all that professional drivers do, so here’s to the Road Warriors. 

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All featured Road Warriors will win a prize pack. 

Every day we will be giving away prize packs filled with a Road Warrior t-shirt, travel mug, hat and a letter from Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam. In addition to that, each weekly winner will receive 2,500 MyRewards points.

* Disclaimer: As stated in our terms and conditions, we cannot legally ship prize packages to Canadian addresses. However, we can give you MyRewards points! Please provide your MyRewards card number in the nomination form to take advantage of this opportunity.

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Where

Are they

We’ve found Road Warriors all over the U.S. and Canada. Use the interactive map to learn more about about them.

Who

Are

They?

 
  • Scott Beaulieu

    Florida


    US Xpress

    Scott Beaulieu is no stranger to professional driving. His father who drove for 36 years passed down his love for driving to Scott. During summer breaks and any other long break Scott would ride with his father and eventually decided to get his CDL. He is now training and is always excited to show new drivers the ropes and for them to get what they need. Scott now takes his children on trips across the country during the summer just like his father before him.

  • Brian Brown

    Ohio


    Celadon

    Brian has driven professionally for 15 years and has never seen a single accident in all that time. He is always trying his best to be as observant as possible. Being on time or early is a number one priority other than safety for Brian. He seeks to earn a reputation as a responsible professional in a career he loves.

  • Korey Moon

    Wisconsin


    US Xpress

    Korey's fiancée says she has seen him back into the most improbable of places and avoid accidents like no other person she has ever seen. Korey is always up to any challenge no matter the obstacles involved. Korey says the most important thing to keep in mind on the road is to approach things with a positive and friendly attitude. 

     

  • Oscar Jones

    Wisconsin


    AM Express

    Oscar Jones is no stranger to overcoming adversity. Oscar has a hearing impairment that makes work on the road sometimes difficult. His ability to push through often difficult situations and continue to get his job done with a smile on his face sets him apart. His fiancée and there are his ultimate motivators and keep him going. He hopes to one day own his own vehicle then ultimately start his own company.

     

  • Michael Dominick

    Missouri


    Sierra Transport

    Michael drove over the road for 19 months with his wife before finding a dedicated route in Kansas City. He enjoys the lifestyle on the road and he is able to see his wife as much as he wants. Sometimes he misses the long journeys, like being in Fontana in the morning, Salinas by lunch and in Pennsylvania just two days later. He and his wife are both very grateful for the opportunity to have a job together and love the professional driving industry.

  • Scott Beaulieu

    Florida

    US Xpress

    Scott Beaulieu is no stranger to professional driving. His father who drove for 36 years passed down his love for driving to Scott. During summer breaks and any other long break Scott would ride with his father and eventually decided to get his CDL. He is now training and is always excited to show new drivers the ropes and for them to get what they need. Scott now takes his children on trips across the country during the summer just like his father before him.

  • Brian Brown

    Ohio

    Celadon

    Brian has driven professionally for 15 years and has never seen a single accident in all that time. He is always trying his best to be as observant as possible. Being on time or early is a number one priority other than safety for Brian. He seeks to earn a reputation as a responsible professional in a career he loves.

  • Korey Moon

    Wisconsin

    US Xpress

    Korey's fiancée says she has seen him back into the most improbable of places and avoid accidents like no other person she has ever seen. Korey is always up to any challenge no matter the obstacles involved. Korey says the most important thing to keep in mind on the road is to approach things with a positive and friendly attitude. 

     

  • Oscar Jones

    Wisconsin

    AM Express

    Oscar Jones is no stranger to overcoming adversity. Oscar has a hearing impairment that makes work on the road sometimes difficult. His ability to push through often difficult situations and continue to get his job done with a smile on his face sets him apart. His fiancée and there are his ultimate motivators and keep him going. He hopes to one day own his own vehicle then ultimately start his own company.

     

  • Michael Dominick

    Missouri

    Sierra Transport

    Michael drove over the road for 19 months with his wife before finding a dedicated route in Kansas City. He enjoys the lifestyle on the road and he is able to see his wife as much as he wants. Sometimes he misses the long journeys, like being in Fontana in the morning, Salinas by lunch and in Pennsylvania just two days later. He and his wife are both very grateful for the opportunity to have a job together and love the professional driving industry.

  • Drivers keep our country running, delivering more than 65% of freight in the U.S.

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