4th Annual Truck Convoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Truck Convoy is a celebration of the Trucking Industry in support of Special Olympics PEI. Athletes, families, friends, colleagues, organizations, companies and agencies connect with the trucking industry for a unique one-day event where Law Enforcement make special dispensation and escort a convoy of trucks through parts of Prince Edward Island.  The event raises much needed funds and awareness for Special Olympics.

Participants meet at Department of Fisheries & Oceans (165 John Yeo Drive) and are then escorted in a convoy on a pre-determined route, this year through the National Park, and return for a celebration which includes a community BBQ lunch, awards ceremony, prize draws and more!

Registration

A $100 registration fee is required for each truck ($150 for truck with trailer) to join the mighty Convoy and individually drivers than fundraise for their chance to become the prestigious Lead Truck. All participants will receive Breakfast and BBQ sponsored meals. An exclusive Driver gift will be presented to each driver.

We welcome all types of vehicles, including semi-trucks, truck/trailer combinations, large trucks, low-boys, dump trucks, flat beds, buses, tow trucks, large box trucks, and more. Please note, no hazardous materials or over dimensional combinations are allowed                          Download:     2019 Registration Package                        Pledge Form (PDF)                                                                                                                  NEW REGISTER ONLINE

Sponsors & Partners

The Convoy solicits corporate sponsors and engages community partners to contribute financially to this great fundraising event and enrich the lives for individuals with intellectual disabilities through sport!

The Truck Convoy is a celebration of the trucking industry and its support for Special Olympics.

What started as a local event in Florida in 2001, has evolved into an International movement with Convoy’s in over 40 States and 5 Provinces annually.

 

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