“Trucking For a Cure” recently held their annual truck convoy to raise money in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. The Owner-Operators Business Association of Canada team fielded a Mack Anthem model provided by Mack Trucks dealer Vision Truck Group, which helped them raise $3,340 CAD in pledged donations.
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“Trucking For a Cure” recently held their annual truck convoy to raise money in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. The Owner-Operators Business Association of Canada team fielded a Mack Anthem model provided by Mack Trucks dealer Vision Truck Group, which helped them raise $3,340 CAD in pledged donations.

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A Mack Anthem model participated in the recent Trucking For a Cure annual truck convoy to raise money in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.

Provided by Mack Trucks dealer Vision Truck Group in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, the Anthem was driven by members of the Owner-Operators Business Association of Canada and  raised $3,340 CAD in the fight against breast cancer.

Trucking For a Cure raises funds for breast cancer research and holds two convoys each year in Woodstock and Prescott, Ontario. Nearly 130 trucks participated in this year’s events, raising more than $114,500 CAD.  

Trucking For a Cure works to build bridges between commercial drivers, the trucking industry, and the public to raise awareness among trucking enthusiasts about the fight against breast cancer.

“Vision Truck Group was honored to provide a Mack Anthem model to the OBAC team for such a worthwhile cause,” said John Baker, director of sales, Vision Truck Group. “It was great to see supporters rally around the Anthem and pledge their support to help find a cure.”

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