Maxim Week set for end of May (May 09, 2002)

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WINNIPEG, Man. — In August of last year Maxim International Trucks and Maxim Rentals and Leasing became the latest addition to the Maxim Corner at the intersection of Inkster Blvd. and Route 90.

The move to a new state of the art, 80,000-sq.-ft dealership marked the beginning of a new level of service and that’s something to celebrate.

Maxim International Trucks will be hosting Maxim Week, May 27-31, five days of intense customer interaction culminating in an open house on May 31 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. One of the many exciting attractions will be the transformation of the facility’s pre-delivery bays into a truck presentation auditorium.

Hourly presentations will introduce the new line-up from International Truck & Engine Corp., In addition, the drive-thru service area will become a tradeshow floor providing enough space for nearly 20 key suppliers to promote their products and services.

The main floor demonstration room will play host to product presentations from title sponsors throughout the day.

Food and refreshments will be served all day together with entertainment and surprises for all attendees.

As well, folks enjoying the festivities will also be able to get their Maxim Card validated — which the company describes a passport to unprecedented savings.

For more information on all the activities planned for Maxim Week, as well as the savings available during Maxim month, call 800-305-8785 or visit Maxim online at

The Maxim Corner also includes West End Tire, Lowndes Lambert Insurance Brokers, Scotty’s Mobile Wash, Simtax Consultants Inc., J.D. Kozak & Associates, Ideal Image and later this fall Federated Co-op.

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