What Is Your Favorite Christmas Memory or Tradition?

Ulysses Benton
Cannon Express
Atlanta

“Christmas, period. Ever since I was a kid I just get so excited at Christmastime.”


Mike Brazeale
Southern Ionics
Meridian, Miss.

“Going home for Christmas and having all the family together and well.”


Garrett Sharps
USA Trucks
Augusta, Ga.

“Taking off of work and being at home with my family.”


Mitch Davis

Mitch Davis
Lonestar Transportation
Fort Worth, Texas

“My grandbaby’s first Christmas. This year will be his second and I know it’s going to be even better.”


Bill Hamman
USA Trucking
Jacksonville, Fla.

“Watching kids open their presents.”


Frank Bronson
JFF Transport
Jackson, Miss.

“Santa Claus. No, I just enjoy celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.”


Ralph Robinson

Ralph Robinson
CTX
Wellington, Fla.

“Being with the family and watching my six grandchildren open presents, and opening presents myself.”


Andrew Boyington
KLLM
Pensacola, Fla.

“Shopping for presents and opening presents.”


Lonny Seiler
J.B. Hunt
Chattanooga, Tenn.

“I always love the memory of being at home with all my family.”


Waymon Bradley
Covenant
Ringgold, Ga.

“My favorite memory isn’t getting presents, but the spirit of giving; that’s what it’s about.”


Barbara Cooley
Barlow
Batesville, Ark.

“Christmas morning, Santa Claus and the turkey and cornbread dressing.”


William Barnes
Werner
Bluffton, S.C.

“The best one would have to be the first train set my father gave me, in 1971. I was 10 years old.”


J.D. Wiley
J.B. Hunt
Palestine, Texas

“The candlelight service at my church on Christmas Eve. I like all the singing and fellowship.”


Robert Hughes
Covenant
Glenville, Ga.

“The look on my kids’ faces on Christmas morning.”

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