Trucker museum needs private funding

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HAMILTON, Ont. — The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre is seeking funding to match federal grants for Highway Workplace: The Canadian Trucker’s Story.

The exhibition will travel across the country beginning in September 2004 housed in a 53 foot trailer and will bring the history, culture and lifestyle of the Canadian truck driver directly to the general public by stopping at truck stops, schools, malls and community events.

Financial donors will be acknowledged by having their company logos displayed on the side of the trailer and within the accompanying literature.

WAHC is a non-profit organization and gives fully deductible tax receipts for all donations. Contact Renee Johnston / Executive Director Workers Arts and Heritage Centre / 51 Stuart Street / Hamilton, Ont. L8L 1B5, telephone 905-522-3003 ext. 23,

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