Three truckers named 2019 RoadWorks brand ambassadors

Updated Feb 1, 2019

Team driving couple Gary and Devery Jones, out of Lawson, Missouri, and former “Ice Road Trucker” Maya Pyskaty (Seiber), out of Lafayette, New Jersey, have been named the 2019 brand ambassadors for stainless steel accessories manufacturer RoadWorks.

As brand ambassadors for RoadWorks, Pyskaty and the Jones’ will offer insights about the company’s products at trade shows and other events throughout the year.

Pyskaty, known for her stint on season five of the History Channel’s “Ice Road Truckers” began her trucking career in New York City. Following her time on the TV show, she began driving for her family’s business, Pyskaty Bros., in New Jersey.

She spends most of the year hauling local but prefers over-the-road hauling in her project truck, “34,” a 1997 Peterbilt 379 named after her lucky number. The rig features a custom wood floor from Germany, a three-stage frame paint job in her signature color purple and stainless steel RoadWorks accessories.

Gary and Devery Jones’ “Excessive Behavior” features RoadWorks accessories and a smoky flames paint job.Gary and Devery Jones’ “Excessive Behavior” features RoadWorks accessories and a smoky flames paint job.

The Jones’ have a life-long history in trucking that goes back to Gary’s late grandfather, who passed on his passion for driving to Gary. Gary began driving in 1999, and today, he and Devery are active in the day-to-day operations of their 11-truck fleet, SPB Trucking, which is named after their three dogs, Sweetie, Parker, Precious and BB. Devery manages dispatch while Gary drives.

The couple’s project truck is a 1995 Peterbilt 379 named “Excessive Behavior.” The smoky flames paint job was done by a friend of the Jones’ who had done a similar paint job on their personal vehicle and motorcycle.