Shell SuperRig contest in Sacramento

May 26, 2006
Shell Lubricants will hold its annual SuperRigs truck beauty contest June 22-24 at the Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza outside Sacramento, CA

Shell Lubricants will hold its annual SuperRigs truck beauty contest June 22-24 at the Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza outside Sacramento, CA.

Truckers from across the United States and Canada will compete for over $10,000 in cash and prizes, and 12 will have their trucks displayed in the 2007 Shell SuperRigs calendar.

Shell noted that the trucks participating in this contest are judged by industry professionals that work for major trucking publications and broadcast media, with scoring based on the exterior appearance, design, detail/finish, originality and workmanship of the vehicles.

The contest is free to all participants and entrants can register onsite upon arrival and enter the judging line at their convenience.

For more information, go to www.Sacramento49er.com or www.rotella.com.

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