This 2005 Kenworth T600 with
a 400-hp Cummins under the hood
is owned by Richard Goon of Ohio.
TODAY’S TIP: Prepare a budget, a business plan and a cash-flow statement before applying for a loan. A budget will assure the lender that you can meet the financial obligations of owning a truck. A cash-flow statement shows that your projected revenue will meet current obligations.
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SEPT. 8: ANTIQUE TRUCK SHOW, Clinton County Fairgrounds, Wilmington, Ohio, (937) 486-4013
SEPT. 11: SHELL ROTELLA ROAD SHOW, Jenkins Diesel Power, Springfield, Mo., (800) 299-2990, rest of schedule at www.rotella.com
SEPT. 13-15: AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW, Bosselman, Grand Island, Neb., www.travelingtruckshow.com
SEPT. 14-16: RICHARD CRANE MEMORIAL TRUCK SHOW and Parade of Lights, St. Ignace, Mich., (906) 643-8087 or www.nostalgia-prod.com
SEPT. 14-16: TRUCK SHOW, hosted by American Truck Historical Society, Aztec, N.M., (505) 333-2599, firstname.lastname@example.org
SEPT. 15: WORLD’S LARGEST TRUCK CONVOY, nationwide event benefiting Special Olympics, (202) 824-0201 or www.worldslargesttruckconvoy.com
AMERICA’S TRAVELING TRUCK SHOW
Can’t find the time to attend a trucking show? One could be coming to you. The second year of America’s Traveling Truck Show is more than halfway through its 2007 tour to 20 states by mid-November.
For a schedule and more information, log onto www.travelingtruckshow.com.
10th ANNUAL GATS
The 9th annual Great American Trucking Show just wrapped up in Dallas, but it’s never too early to plan for next year’s event — the 10th annual truck show! 2008’s GATS promises to continue its streak as the fastest-growing trade and consumer show in North America.
More information is available at www.gatsonline.com.