Peterbilt seeks SuperFans to celebrate producing 1 million trucks

By Land Line staff | Friday, October 27, 2017

Peterbilt is searching for five SuperFans to help it celebrate having produced 1 million trucks.

The company expects to reach that milestone in mid-January. As part of its celebration, Peterbilt is searching for five SuperFans, one of which will win a specially tricked-out Peterbilt Model 567 Heritage truck.

Peterbilt SuperFanPeterbilt drivers and fans in the United States and Canada are invited to check out the website at Peterbilt.com/SuperFanSearch, where they can submit their stories, videos and photos showing the important role of the Peterbilt brand to their lives.

The deadline for submissions is Dec. 22. The company plans to pick five finalists early in the New Year. The five SuperFans will be recognized at a presentation at the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show, March 22-24 in Louisville, Ky., where one of the SuperFans will get the keys to the grand prize.

Peterbilt Motors Co., Denton, Texas, began production in 1939. Drivers have been drawn to Peterbilt’s distinctive styling, low cost of ownership, integration of technology, class-leading uptime and durability, Kyle Quinn, Peterbilt general manager, said in a news release.

“We have the best and most loyal customers and fans in the industry, and I’m excited to see and hear their stories,” Quinn said in the news release.

 

 

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