Lights on the Hill

Bling'd Up Trucks - - News -

Lights on the Hill Truck­ing Me­mo­rial Con­voy held on the last Satur­day of Fe­bru­ary drew a record num­ber of ve­hi­cles with over 785 in the mas­sive con­voy of trucks mo­tor­cysles and utes com­ing from BP Archer­field in Bris­bane and Brown and Hur­ley in Toowoomba. The day gave driv­ers and their fam­i­lies an op­por­tu­nity to get to­gether with other truck­ies to re­mem­ber lost mates and mak­ing the public aware of how im­por­tant truck­ies are to all of us. The event raises money for the Truck & Coach Driv­ers Me­mo­rial Wall lo­cated in Gat­ton. Kerry Wilkins, LOTH Pres­i­dent, said he was proud of what the vol­un­teers had achieved, es­pe­cially with a move to a new venue, the Gat­ton Race­course. The day was bro­ken down into two parts with the con­voy and the truck judg­ing in the day and a mas­sive coun­try mu­sic con­cert at night. A great line up of acts in­clud­ing Adam Brand and McAlis­ter Kemp rocked the new venue. We would like to thank Jack Duffy for the con­cert photos.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.