An image from the wall version of Kenworth's 2009 calendar.
KIRKLAND, Wash. — The new 2009 Kenworth calendar is hot off the press and now available in wall and appointment sizes.
The six-page, 2009 Kenworth Wall Calendar features the T660 86-inch Studio AeroCab, T370 hybrid utility, T800 Extended Day Cab dump, W900L 86-inch Studio AeroCab, T800 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Day Cab, and T200 75-inch AERODYNE. The wall calendar is 26-1/4 inches tall by 28 inches wide.
The 2009 Kenworth Appointment Calendar features a Kenworth Truck of the Month, and incorporates the six wall calendar photographs in addition to photographs of the W900B Extended Day Cab, T660 72-inch AeroCab AERODYNE, T370 hybrid beverage truck, T660 Extended Day Cab, T270 hybrid van, and T370 roll-back wrecker. The calendar cover includes the Kenworth heavy-duty family (T660, W900L, T2000 and T800), medium-duty family (T170 Class 5, T270 Class 6 and T370 Class 7), and green family (T800 LNG, T270 hybrid van and T370 hybrid utility). The appointment calendar is 9-3/4 inches tall by 13 inches wide.
“The 2009 Kenworth Calendar features Kenworth’s quality products, which offer low operating cost and outstanding performance in a wide range of applications, while leading the industry in customer satisfaction,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager for marketing and sales. “Owner/operators, fleets and truck enthusiasts will be proud to display the 2009 Kenworth Calendar with The World’s Best trucks.” The calendar also includes images of the PACCAR medium-duty engines.
To order the calendar, visit your Kenworth dealer or go to www.shopkenworth.com and click on “Calendar.” Cost is $15.95 for the 2009 Kenworth Wall Calendar and $10.60 for the 2009 Kenworth Appointment Calendar. Prices do not include shipping and handling. The calendar also may be ordered by calling 800-791-0913.
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