Trucks shine in Wagga’s convoy event
a tough time health-wise, the $32,500 will be put to good use in the greater Wagga Wagga area.
“The money raised this year will be shared between the Ronald McDonald House Wagga Wagga and NETS NSW (Newborn and Pediatric Emergency Transport Service),” he said.
As is the case with most events of this type, a lot of work is done behind the scenes with support from a range of local businesses and community groups, all working together to make the day a success.
“The committee would like to express our gratitude to all involved in the truck show in making it a successful event and to all the hard work in making all the ‘pride n joys’ shine for the day. A special mention goes to Justin from Dawsons Haulage of Albury-Wodonga for bringing the ‘Dolly's Dream’ B-Double set to the show,” Lloyd said.
Planning for next year’s event has begun with details to come in the near future.
More information on the Riverina Truck Show Facebook page or via www.riverinatruckshow andkidsconvoy.com.
■ First SRV Transport - Daniel Tulk, Second Burkinshaw’s - Chris Harmer
■ First Russel’s Trucking - James Russel, Second Jolly Transport - Errol Jolly
■ First Ross Transport - Ron Duncan, Second Fareys Tpt - Corey Mugridge
■ – First Muscat Haulage - Cam Rockcliff, Second Riverina Cranes - T Pall
■ First Menz Transport - Tony Meyers. Second Thompsons Tpt - Darren Sheen
■ First Brennans Transport, Second Complete Road Seal
■ First CR & ES Quninell - Charles Quinell, Second Burmix Concrete - Gary O'Connor
GREAT EVENT: Andrew Bell heads the convoy through the Wagga CBD.
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Brennan Earthmoving from Tumbaruma took out Best Fleet with their trio of Kenworths.
Abbey-Kate, 7, Libby, 6, Mikey, 4, and Matilda Evans, 3, with dad Ricky from McInerney Transport, about to head off.
Ron Duncan in the Ross Transport 'Devil Dog' Mack Super-Liner.