I didn't work for them, but I can tell you a few things. They have Mack day cab tractors that looked ok. Not brand new for sure, but looked ok. The trailers were kinda old but not falling apart or anything. They have to get inspected once a year, so that can't be too bad.
I can tell you there are companies with much better equipment out there, so if you're an equipment guy like me, you'll probably not like it there.
The former New Orleans Saints player Ricky Jackson is an owner or investor, hence the name Haul Of Fame.
I used to talk to some of their drivers at the racks and all of them were nice guys. All of their complaints were pretty much the standard complaints in the fuel hauling industry. None of them said they hated it there. They said the pay was pretty good. I'm pretty sure they got paid by the load.
I hate to bring this up, but it's worth mentioning that all of their drivers were black. I'M NOT IMPLYING IN ANY WAY THAT THEY DISCRIMINATE, but if you're a white guy, you will have to be ok with *possibly* being the only one there.
I left NOLA in June of last year, so maybe some of this has changed.