If you lived the San Francisco Bay Area or a fan of football, you remember John Taylor. He played wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers from 1987-1995. He won three Super Bowls and played in two Pro Bowls, but is likely remembered most for his touchdown and game winning catch in the final seconds of Super Bowl 23 in 1989.

After his football career he followed his passion and became a truck driver. He purchased a truck and now makes a weekly run between California and Pennsylvania.

He says, “I knew trucking before I knew football. My grandfather and all of my uncles drove, so I grew up around it.”

Happy to have you on the trucking team, John!

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