The weather may be cooling down, but it’s a busy month of trucking events.
Sept. 10, a convoy of trucks is scheduled to roll into Nashville with food for Feed the Children as part of the 18 Wheels of Hope event. In addition to the convoy, there is a truck show, a two-day leadership conference and a benefit concert. For more information, call (888) FALL-SHOW, or visit http://www.18wheelsofhope.com.
Trucker’s Pride Day in Waupaca, WI, takes place Sept. 11-13, with a parade, light show and truck beauty show. A&E is also supposed to be on hand to film interviews with drivers for its upcoming documentary on truckers. For more information, call (715) 258-2337 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept. 18-20 is the Great Salt Lake Truck Show in Salt Lake City, featuring a truck beauty contest. For more information call Jeff England, (801) 972-8890.
The same weekend you’ll find the Richard Crane Memorial Truck Show in St. Ignace, MI, featuring a truck beauty show approved by the National Assn. of Show Trucks. For more information, call Edward Reavie with Nostalgia Productions, (906) 643-8087.
Sept. 19-20 is Driver Appreciation Days and the Annual Truckers’ Reunion at the Atlanta South 75 T/A, co-hosted by Truckstop Ministries. For more information, call (800) 248-8662 out of state, (770) 775-2100 in Georgia, or visit http://www.truckstopministries.org/reuniontime.htm.
For more upcoming shows, visit our calendar of events at http://www.heavytruck.com/newport/events.html.