Canadian and US Peterbilt customers take part in first Pride and Class Parade
DENTON, Texas – Peterbilt’s first Pride and Class Parade took place in Denton’s Downtown Square, with nearly 50 customers from Canada and the US taking part.
With trucks ranging from a 1948 Model 350 to current production models, Peterbilt also held its annual employee and family open house in the Texas community where the company’s heavy-duty truck manufacturing facility is headquartered.
The Pride and Class Parade raised nearly $1,000 for the United Way of Denton County; and Gary Henderson, United Way CEO, was the parade’s Grand Marshall.
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