The telling of the Campbell “66” Story is important not only for its unique 60 year history, but for recognizing the many people who worked for the Company dedicating their working lives to live up to the Company Motto, “Humpin' to Please”.

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A Connection to the History of Campbell 66 Express

My father- John C. Crim- was a partner and manager of a truck line based in Joplin, Mo. called Sunflower Transfer & Storage. It started in 1933 and served the Kansas City to Joplin area and points in Southeast Kansas, Northeast Oklahoma and Western Arkansas.

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Camels and Route 66

One can find a connection between Route 66 and camels. In 1868 a lieutenant in the U. S. Army by the name of Paul Beall led a unit of camel riding soldiers from New Mexico to the Arizona-California border.

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