It is time to once again register your Big Rig for the Special Olympics Truck Convoy. The 6th Annual event is when the PEI LETR and the Trucking Industry join their Big Hearts together to generate Big Results for Special Olympics PEI athletes and programs. BE A PART OF THE FUN ON SUNDAY, August 28, 2022
– see full details below and NEW… your OPPORTUNITY TO WIN!!!
It is time once again to Register your Rig for the Special Olympics 2022 Convoy! Get your crew together and participate in this morning of fun a great cause. The 6th Annual PEI LETR for Special Olympics Convoy rolls through the PEI National Park on Sunday, August 28th! Big Rigs… Big Hearts… Big Results…
Be part of the PEI LETR’s 6th Annual fundraising event as Prince Edward Island truck drivers and the law enforcement community unite to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics PEI.
The PEI Truck Convoy started in 2016 and is part of an international awareness and fundraising event. The Truck Convoy is a unique partnership between law enforcement and the PEI trucking industry to raise funds for Special Olympics PEI so Island athletes can continue to participate year-round in community and competitive sport, leadership opportunities and free health clinics throughout the year. Individuals involved in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics have made the Truck Convoy one of their annual signature events, held each year on the last Sunday in August.
Get your group together and either join in at the beginning or end at the Dept of Fisheries & Oceans (DFO) parking lot (165 John Yeo Drive, Charlottetown) or along the convoy route with signs of support for the trucking community, the Special Olympics community and first responders – photos submitted to our social channels may win!
NEW – Virtual Trucks
Not able to join us in person this year then you can participate by purchasing a virtual truck instead.
Distance: 55Km Time: 75 minutes (approximate)
The LEAD TRUCK (the one who raises the most funds prior to event day) will be Start the 2022 Convoy at 10AM sharp leaving the DFO (Dept. of Fisheries & Oceans) parking lot at 165 John Yeo Drive, Charlottetown, PE
Once registered you will receive by email a participant information package to confirm all the necessary details for the day and next steps if you want to fundraise for the LEAD TRUCK opportunity and banner recognition.
NOTE: Participants are to access the location by using the Brackley Point Rd, turn left onto MacAleer Drive, straight to Superior Cres. and then right to John Yeo Drive
Thank you to this year’s event sponsors for supporting PEI LETR for Special Olympics PEI.
Several levels of Sponsorship opportunities available email for details