Delo truck rolls into Canada to start Q2 04

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SAN RAMON, Calif. — ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants announced the second quarter schedule for its Delo Truck.

The Delo Truck will start the second quarter by heading north into Canada for the 9th Demo Foret, in Quebec. Demo Foret is the largest forestry exhibition in Quebec.

The Delo Truck, which has been operating for over five years, serves as a rolling exhibit, designed to educate the transportation industry on the importance and proper use of heavy-duty engine oils, lubricants and coolants in an effort to enhance fleet reliability, reduce operating expenses and improve the bottom line.

From a tutorial on lubrication manufacturing to a cutaway of an EGR engine, the Delo Truck provides displays and interactive demonstrations that educate the public on the history and value of Delo products. The transmission station provides insight into critical points of lubrication while allowing the public to test its gear shifting abilities. Other interactive displays show the impact of soot on diesel engines and how new engine specifications require changes in lubricant technology.
Select dates for the Delo Truck Q2 2004 North American tour include:

4/22/2004 – 4/24/2004
Demo Foret, Quebec, CAN

4/29/2004 – 4/30/2004
North American Truck Show, Baltimore, MD

5/14/2004 – 5/15/2004
Grand Opening, BriCo of Idaho, Boise, ID

5/20/2004 – 5/20/2004
Customer Appreciation, Roberts Truck Center, Amarillo, TX

5/26/2004 – 5/30/2004
The Truck Round Up, Fontana, CA

6/10/2004 – 6/12/2004
The Truck Show, Las Vegas, NV

6/15/2004 – 6-17/2004
Gordon Trucking Appreciation Days, Medford, OR

More information on the Delo Truck can be found at: or

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