Bruce Outridge of The Lead Pedal Podcast talks with organizer Joanne Mackenzie about the 2019 Pink Tour and the shows they will be attending. The two chatted at the RJS Motorsports event held in Kitchener earlier this year. Find out how to get involved and what truckers are doing to help out the cause. About … Continue reading Trucking For a Cure Talks 2019 Pink Tour
Our friends at The Lead Pedal Podcast caught some of the amazing decorations drivers use to pink out their trucks. Join us for the next convoy and pink out your ride! Learn more about the convoys: Woodstock | Prescott About the Show The Lead Pedal Podcast offers a positive voice for truck drivers in the … Continue reading Pinking it out in Woodstock
Congratulations to Haley for being the Lead Truck in Woodstock for 2018. Trucking for a Cure operates two convoys in Prescott and Woodstock each year. Learn more at http://www.truckingforacure.com
The Lead Pedal Podcast interviewed Jack Logan the emcee for the last two Woodstock Convoys about his involvement with the convoy and how he became involved in the convoy. Trucking for a Cure has two convoys in Prescott and Woodstock Ontario helping drive out cancer one truck at a time. Learn more at http://www.truckingforacure.com
The 9th Annual Trucking for a Cure Convoy rolls out of Woodstock Ontario on Saturday September 22nd. Register online for this awesome convoy and bring along the family for a full day of entertainment. You can register and learn more about the convoy at http://www.truckingforacure.com Register for the Convoy Here
On Saturday September 23, 2017 Trucking for a Cure held their annual truck convoy for the Woodstock Ontario area. The day was a big success with over 91 trucks registered and many others supporting, volunteering, and participating in the event. Below are a few pictures from the show and if you wish to see more … Continue reading Trucking for a Cure breaks record with 91 trucks in 2017
The Woodstock convoy has been set for September 23, 2017. We are still waiting on the date for the Prescott convoy to be confirmed.
WIT made history at Truck World. The first Canadian Salute to Women Behind the Wheel AND the first woman Highway Star of the Year, Joanne Millen Mackenzie! Women from 6 months to 45 years driving attended the first Salute to Women Behind the Wheel celebrating their accomplishments as professional drivers.