NYC’s 2019 Taxi Driver Calendar Is Here And It’s As Saucy As Ever

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The annual release of the NYC Taxi Driver Calendar is the gift that keeps on giving way past the holidays..actually, for another 12 months actually if we’re being exact here.

The 2019 calendars are ready for purchase and this year marks a few “firsts” for them as well. It’s the Calendar’s very first multi-driver cover and also features the first returning cover man, Alex. On top of that, Alex is also featured posing with a 10-foot, 40-pound Burmese python for the summer month of June!

Some other fun elements to next year’s calendar include a recreation by Alam of the iconic boombox scene from the 80’s film Say Anything, Veronica in February featured with family-owned Brooklyn business, Pro1 Tire, and most exciting of the fun facts might be that 11 of the 12 drivers are immigrants with first time representation from Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Panama, and Russia!

It’s sexy, it’s funny, and it does a lot of good for charity. Proceeds from this stocking-filler are donated to University Settlement, an organization that helps over 30,000 immigrants, working individuals, and families with services like education, housing, recreation, wellness opportunities, and literacy programs.

The calendar available now for $14.99, and you can have a sneak peek at the contents below:

Calendar Cover: Greg, Alex, Bamba

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January: Bamba

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February: Veronica

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March: Malek

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April: Alam

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May: Rosendo

May-Rosendo
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June: Alex

June-Alex
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July: Mike

July-Mike
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August: Golam

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September: Mike

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October: Greg

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November: Nazmul

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December: Sadi

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Back Cover: Golam

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