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Champion curler visits Transcourt booth during company’s first year at Truxpo

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – This was the first year Transcourt Tank Leasing took part in the British Columbia Trucking Association’s Truxpo event, and the company was happy to welcome world champion curler Georgina Wheatcroft to its booth.

A member of New Westminster’s Royal City Curling Club, Wheatcroft has taken part in eight Scotties Tournament of Hearts, took home gold as a member of the Canadian team at the 1987 World Championship in Chicago, Ill. and in 2000 in Glasgow, Scotland and won the bronze medal as part of the Canadian team at the 2002 Winter Olympics Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Transcourt vice-president of business development Kevin Quick said his Western Canadian team was ‘front and centre’ at the Truxpo show, taking advantage of the occasion to make the company’s expertise and capabilities known to visitors.

“We believe it is important for visitors to be able to meet the team members that they will be dealing with when they call on Transcourt,” Quick said.

Transcourt was founded in 1997 and aims to meet the leasing and long-term rental needs of the liquid and dry bulk transport industry across North America.

Champion curler Georgina Wheatcroft visits Transcourt booth at Truxpo.

Champion curler Georgina Wheatcroft visits Transcourt booth at Truxpo.

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