Hurricane Express hosting truck parade from Oklahoma to California, offering drivers free steaks

Updated Mar 4, 2020

Hurricane Express, a coast-to-coast refrigerated carrier, is sponsoring a truck parade from Oklahoma to California starting June 8. 

The carrier will provide meals for truckers participating in the parade at The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, Texas on Saturday, and again at Route 66 Casino west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Drivers who wish to participate in the truck parade can attend the free cookout June 8 or contact Hurricane Express at 877-379-7383.

The truck parade will begin at the fleet’s West Siloam Springs terminal in Oklahoma and head west to California. Owner-operators and company drivers from different companies are welcome to attend.

Hurricane Express will host a cookout with door prizes at the West Siloam Springs terminal June 8 from 3-8 p.m. Trucks will roll out for the west-bound parade after the cookout concludes. Door prizes and trophies will be given for first through third place for: Most Lights, Best Custom Paint, Longest Wheelbase, Biggest Sleeper, Oldest Working Truck, Most Aerodynamic and Least Bumper Clearance. The first 100 drivers to arrive at the terminal June 8 will receive a commemorative shirt.

“We plan to light up the night with a couple miles of trucks heading westbound on I-40,” Hurricane Express President Kaedon Steinert said. “I am very excited to not only be organizing this event but also participating by driving a truck with the group.”