Justice, with wife Misty looking on, greets fans at his GBATS booth.
Posing for selfies ...
Signing 'merch' ...
"Not only do they feel like they can relate to me, they know I can relate back," Justice says. "That’s a unique situation for any artist or athlete and his fans."
Justice with the the Larry Martin Memorial Award.
Justice credits Misty and mom Sharon for his success, and for helping him stick with his dream.
In concert, in red ...
white, and ...
blue, of course.
But if there's one thing about a Tony Justice show ...
... it's about giving the fans a goods time.
And Justice works up a sweat while he's at it.
Up bright and early the morning after the concert, Justice chats with veterans and truckers Sean McEndree and Jon Osburn as the tribute convoy and music video shoot gets organized.
Justice with 4 State Trucks owner, fan, and friend Bryan Martin.
Justice and Chris Fiffie of Big Rig Videos get the truckers/troops together to go over the convoy route.
But first Justice leads a quick word of prayer.
Rolling south from Joplin on I-49.
On Monday, Justice would be back in his truck and on the road. He's a hoss. He's our Trucker of the Year.