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Truck World celebrates Driver Appreciation Days this week

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Truck World in Hubbard is celebrating Driver Appreciation Days from Wednesday to Friday, as a way to give back to truck drivers. 

By hosting this event, Truck World wants to give thanks to customers and the local community for supporting the business throughout the years.

The three-day event is going to feature daily contests, giveaways, and complimentary lunches for CDL licensed drivers from 1 to 4 p.m. each day.

Truck World is located on Truck World Boulevard in Hubbard.

From Wednesday to Friday, there will be a complimentary lunch provided for all drivers. The event also includes exhibits, fuel giveaways, a display truck show, and drink specials at Erin's Pub.

There will be free, live music from 5 until 9 each night.

Live music schedule: 
Wednesday-  Southern Detour
Thursday- Northern Whiskey
Friday- Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraiser.

Truck World's main event is the Boogaloo Cajun Fest on Friday.

Truckers can show off their ride at Truck World's Annual Head Turner Truck Contest, the grand prize is $1000 cash.

Registration from 10 am to 2 pm at the Fuel Desk or online. 

Judging will take place from 2 pm to 4 pm 

Truck World opened its newest location on Bailey Road off Interstate 76, in March. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be on Thursday at 4:30 pm. 

This location offers 24-hour fuel and convenient facilities to drivers and the public. 

Truck World offers full convenience store offerings, coffee shop, fast food, trucker accessories, showers, truck sale, beer and wine sales, and free wi-fi.

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