@Texomatic Life of a #Trucker Video Series - Jason Williams (Big Dawg)

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With 20+ years in the transportation industry and a decade of playing with cool cameras and editing software, Texomatic Pictures is uniquely positioned to deliver high quality video content for trucking. We also serve our local area with basic video services such as commercials, music videos, local business website promo videos and the like. Our mission is to provide value to our clients in everything we do from initial communication through final delivery.

Life a Trucker series by Tex Crowley of Texomatic Pictures. Tex spotlights individual drivers in this captivating series. The Videography combined with these Truck Drivers stories make for a compelling insider look at a Trucker's life. Check back weekly for a new Texomatic videos.

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“This is Jason Williams. They call me Big Dawg. I’m from a small town in West Virginia. I’ve been out here on the road on and off for the past ten years. It’s calling me, everything about it. It appeals to me. I love it. I have a wife and three kids at home. I miss them dearly when I’m gone. Being away from home for two weeks to a month; it’s still October and I won’t be home till thanksgiving”

“One thing that really aggravates me today, I mean I’ve only been out here ten years and so much has changed in the last ten years that you don’t know who to trust, who’s your enemy, who isn’t your enemy; there’s just no respect anymore and the ones who do respect you is far and few between. So, my advice to younger drivers, new drivers or whoever, if you need help just ask. There are a few of us left out here who won’t treat you like a dog just because you ask for a little help.”

“This tattoo right here a good friend of mine did about nine or ten years ago. I think it’s been about four years now since he died of cancer. It took me all that time to be comfortable to let anyone else do any ink work on me. He was one of my best friend and now he’s in trucker heaven.”