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Shining in Winnipeg show

WINNIPEG, Man. - In conjunction with this year's Canadian Truck Show, the Performance with Pride Show & Shine series made its first stop of the season and handed out some well-deserved hardware.Taking...


WINNIPEG, Man. – In conjunction with this year’s Canadian Truck Show, the Performance with Pride Show & Shine series made its first stop of the season and handed out some well-deserved hardware.

Taking home both the coveted participants’ and people’s choice awards was Andy Zary’s 1959 Mack B-61. The retired Saskatchewan trucker also picked up top honors in the engine division for his heavily chromed ENDT-673-C Thermodyne, which boasts more than 300hp.

Other winners at the show were:

Brad Pesky of Winnipeg Motor for bobtail custom mural;

Dennis Dumontier of Flying Eagle Transport for combo custom mural;

Tom Nicol of Jade Transport for bobtail custom graphics;

Mark Brandt of Mark Brandt Trucking for combo custom graphics;

Jeff Fortune of Deck-X for bobtail lights;

Brian Swartz of Swartz Trucking for combo lights;

Kelsey Schultz of CBF Trucking for specialized;

Larry Faso and Brad Pesky of Winnipeg Motor for company combo 2000;

Mark Brandt of Mark Brandt Trucking for company combo 2001;

John Dyck of Jade Transport for company bobtail 2000;

Randy Bullik of Lee River Transport for company bobtail 2001;

Brian Swartz of Swartz Trucking for combo 1999-98;

Bruce Lloyd of Winnipeg Motor for combo 2001-2000;

Jeff Fortune of Deck-X for bobtail 1997-94;

Denis Zinn of Trans-X for bobtail 1998;

Bruce Powell of Quik-X for bobtail 1999;

Mike MacDonald of Martin’s Vegetable Sales for overall bobtail;

Randy Bullik of Lee River Transport for custom paint bobtail;

Brian Swartz of Swartz Trucking for overall combo;

and, Mark Brandt of Mark Brandt Trucking for overall company. n


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