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Truck Country T-shirt initiative supports drivers, local food banks

April 24, 2020

Truck Country locations in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin, are acknowledging the important role truck drivers are playing during the COVID-19 epidemic, while raising funds for local charities.

For a limited time, Truck Country is selling Trucker Strong T-shirts in an effort to show support for these essential workers. With Truck Country donating the costs to create the shirts, all proceeds from the sales will be distributed to support food banks in communities its dealerships serve.

“One thing the general public has learned during the COVID-19 pandemic is the vital role truck drivers play in keeping our country afloat,” said Jenny Hornsby, marketing director for Truck Country’s parent company, McCoy Group. “During these trying times, we want to show our support to America’s truckers, while also benefiting people who are struggling in the communities our dealerships call home.”

The cost to purchase a shirt starts at $20. For more information or to order a shirt, visit Truck Country’s website, truckcountry.com.

Additionally, Truck Country is providing free Trucker Strong bandanas and window clings to customers who visit dealership locations.

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