BRAMPTON, Ont. – The Indian Trucking Association will be hosting its first truck show Aug. 16. The Indian Truck Show will take place from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. at the Powerade Centre in Brampton.
The event is set to showcase the tastes and sounds of Punjab, with exotic food service and entertainment from traditional Punjabi Bhangra dancers. The show will also provide the networking opportunities for industry professionals and host free trucking-related seminars throughout the day.
Meanwhile, Road Today, a trucking magazine which focuses on the South Asian community, will be launching the Road Today Truck Show in May 2009. The event will be organized at the Powerade Centre in Brampton May 30-31.
The event, which will take place during South Asian Heritage Month, will be a “true reflection of the changing face of the trucking industry with an ideal blend of cultural extravaganza,” according to organizers.
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