Last week I was able to attend the BevOps Fleet Summit 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on behalf of Freightliner Trucks.  Of course, the last thing on the minds of most while in Vegas is the urge to get up bright and early at five-thirty in the morning!  Being the odd duck that I am, I was quite excited and amped to do just that.  You see, I was asked to be on the Dave Nemo Entertainment Show to talk about CNG on live Sirius/XM satellite radio.  Given my passion for the natural gas side of trucking, it was a great way for me to help spread the truth about CNG in our industry and talk about my truck’s performance thus far.  For those of you who didn’t get the opportunity to catch it live, here is a link to my recording of the session to hear for yourself what myself and Greg Treinen of Freightliner Trucks talked about with Tim Ridley that morning in regards to CNG in today’s trucking world.  Just follow the link and hit the orange "play" button to start the clip.





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Jimmy Nevarez

Jimmy Nevarez is the Owner/President of Angus Transportation, Inc., based in Chino, California.  Jimmy pulls a 53' dry van hauling general dry freight for his own small fleet, operating on its own authority throughout all of Southern California and Southern Nevada.

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May 06, 2014 18:16:30 PM

As promised, got the link up. Had to change it from video to audio, which worked out better for the interview. Enjoy!

Just click the link and it will take you to my Sound Cloud audio library. Click the orange triangle play button next to the file name to start.

May 03, 2014 16:35:53 PM

Interesting Jimmy and I did really enjoy your interview!

May 03, 2014 6:01:03 AM

Sorry for the inconvenience, but YouTube has let me know after the fact that my video is too long. Sure, people can post a 20 minute cat video, but not a 20 minute educational show. Not that I have anything against crazy cat videos now and then. Will make some minor adjustments after I get out of the truck today, so stay tuned! Thanks!

May 03, 2014 4:47:53 AM