TORONTO, Ont. - Billboards began appearing throughout Ontario last month, as the Ontario Trucking Association prepares to usher in National Trucking Week, scheduled from Sept. 11 to 17.The billboards ...
TORONTO, Ont. – Billboards began appearing throughout Ontario last month, as the Ontario Trucking Association prepares to usher in National Trucking Week, scheduled from Sept. 11 to 17.
The billboards and posters in transit shelters show the image of a baby coupled with the message, “Just about the only thing not delivered by truck.”
A copy of the billboard can be found at www.ontruck.org, when you click on ‘news releases’ and then select ‘Billboard Campaign Ushers in National Trucking Week’.
“Our goal, during the time surrounding National Trucking Week, is to encourage people to stop and think for a moment about truck transportation,” says David Bradley, president of the Ontario Trucking Association.
The campaign can be seen in Toronto, London, Kitchener, Ottawa, Oshawa, Hamilton, St. Catharines/Niagara, Windsor, Barrie/Orillia, and North Bay. n
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