A police escort led the way for some important cargo, school supplies, which arrived from Cram the Cruiser events which gives people outside Bowling Green a chance to help Stuff the Bus.
"This way they can still contribute and it kinda helps them save on gas and not having to worry about coming down here so we bring the cruiser to them," says Trooper Jonathan Biven.
Teachers say supply drives are important in making kids more relaxed in the classroom.
"This kinda takes away one of the things they have to worry about is everybody has supplies but do I?," says Lanetta Skaggs, an Edmonson County teacher.
While three buses are filled with notebooks, pencils, and paper one man donates thousands of dollars worth of miscellaneous supplies each year.
"This year we are donating a bunch of presentation, or what some people call science boards, so that the kids can create projects they can display. And of course project based learning is the best of all learning because it is hands on," says Todd Thornton of Thorntons Real Estate Academy.
Monetary donations have increased this year leaving the team in charge of buying supplies a challenge to get the most bang for their buck.
"The community is so gracious. They have donated this year far beyond what they have in past years and as a result of that were having to spend money, spend money, spend money so yes it's a little hectic this year when were in the stores," says Mari Whitlow of the Kentucky Savings Group.
Tony Rose thinks that increased generosity this year may be due to social media.
"When I send out a video blog update, or a Tweet, or a Facebook status update that hits another ten thousand people right off the bat," says Rose.
As for Tony's well being, this year has taken a toll, but he says it's all worth it.
"Physically I am beat up. My voice is about gone, the heat with the humidity and the allergies of Kentucky it's just been rough," says Rose.
Stuff the Bus comes to a conclusion Monday at 9 a.m. The buses will be placed in a secure location and unloaded Wednesday as part of the United Way Day of Caring.