Meet the Founder

Trucking Amazing Honey

Kennedy was the first Honey Truck. She was found on Craigslist in Spring Hill, Fl. Danielle had no idea how to drive a manual, much less a 3 on the tree, but she worked hard and is now a wiz. She lovingly named Kennedy after President John F. Kennedy, who was a huge advocate for the space program and committed America to sending a man to the moon. He was assassinated in 1963.

After several years and not really looking for a new Honey Truck, Danielle and her family were driving through Palatka when Rich, her husband, spotted the red Econoline with a for sale sign in the window. It was too good of a deal to pass up. Glennda gets her name from John Glenn, who was the first American to orbit the Earth three times in 1962.

Everything on each of the Honey Trucks has meaning, even down to the license plate. The license plates are original tags that were issued in St. Johns County. Back in the day the first number of the plate represented the size of the county in which the vehicle was registered. In 1963 St. Johns County was the 20th largest county in Florida.