Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centres throws a party at Whitby location
WHITBY, Ont. — Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centres celebrated an open house at its Whitby dealership June 7, attracting about 750 people who were treated to a concert by the Road Hammers.
A barbecue was held, with proceeds going towards Trucking for a Cure. More than $1,200 was raised. The dealership also played host to a show’n’shine, featuring a dozen or so decked-out Peterbilt trucks.
The winner was Joseph Haulage, with second place going to Trojan Carriers and Quinte Mobile taking third place honours.
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I live in Whitby and I am a champion for events and businesses in Whitby.
Why is it that I only heard about this after the event was over?
I would have loved to attend, or tell others about it…. but I had no idea that it was happening.
Shame on Trucknews.com, the trucking industry and local Whitby/Durham media for not bringing awareness.
We need to support our local business and grow Whitby/Durham.
I am also a Whitby resident and I heard about this event on the local radio for over 2 weeks ahead of time. I think these Peterbilt guys did a great job getting the word out. I was there, the dealership did a great job and the Road Hammers rocked
John Doe, why are you so surprised. Don’t blame Trucker’s News. This is just a shining example of Of the lack of customer service at Peterbilt in Ontario…