TORONTO, Ont. — Any driver can become attached to a truck, but there’s something special about driving equipment that promotes a charity. A growing number of fleets use vehicle graphics to help pull for a cause.
BOLTON, Ont. – Motive Media’s Kate Glassow was among the millions of Canadians who held their breath during the final 0.9 seconds of the Toronto Raptors win over the Golden State Warriors. But the nerves didn’t end there – she and the rest of the team had a deadline to meet.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. – The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada has celebrated some highly decorated trucks through its 33rd annual Fleet Graphics Design Awards. “Companies are obviously proud of the image of their fleets,” said Terry Maw, vice-president of […]
WHITBY, Ont. – A pair of trailers hauled by Total Transportation will soon be showing support for Wounded Warriors Canada, and sharing the all-important message of #InThisTogether.
Representatives of the charity — which supports ill and injured members of the Canadian Armed Forces, veterans, and first responders — gathered on Friday with members of those very groups to watch the first of the trailers roll through the bay doors at Sign Design.
AYR, Ont. – Shelley Uvanile-Hesch is beaming like anyone who receives the keys to a brand new truck. But the Sharp Transportation driver is particularly proud of the message her Western Star 5700XE will soon carry back and forth to the U.S. The truck is wrapped with pictures of women who have found a place in Canada’s trucking industry, and promotes the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada.