14th Annual Truck Convoy for Special Olympics
The Truck Convoy for Special Olympics is a celebration of the Trucking Industry in support of Special Olympics. It is a unique one-day event where Law Enforcement make special dispensation and escort a convoy of trucks through parts of Southern Ontario. The event raises much needed funds and awareness for Special Olympics.
Participants meet at Paris Fairgrounds and are then escorted in a convoy on a pre-determined route, then back to the fairgrounds where they are welcomed by the local Special Olympics community – athletes, families, friends, colleagues, Law Enforcement, and the organizations, companies and agencies that make up the trucking industry.
A celebration will follow which includes lunch, awards ceremony, prize draws, family entertainment and much more!
The World’s Largest Truck Convoy began in 2005. Since then, the event has raised over $600,000!
$100.00 to Register.
All participants will receive one personal & one guest meal voucher for sponsored meals. Meals may be purchased for additional guests. An exclusive Driver Bag will be presented to each driver including a T-Shirt and Hat
Start Fundraising and be the LEAD TRUCK!
Imagine leading a Convoy through some of the busiest streets of Ontario as people on the sidewalks cheer you on. Don’t just join our convoy, lead it!
The honour of leading the Convoy will go to the trucker who has raised the most funds. This is a great way to show your support for the Special Olympics, as well as create exposure for your truck and company. Ask your friends, family, coworkers, vendors, and service and parts providers to sponsor your entry! With the help of your community, you can stand at the forefront of the trucking industry’s support of the Special Olympics.
- 2018 Sponsorship Opportunities
- 2018 Truck Convoy Poster
- 2018 PDF Pledge Form
- 2017 Truck Convoy Photos
2017: 91 Trucks, $73,000 Raised
2016: 73 Trucks, $67,000 Raised
2015: 72 Trucks, $52,000 Raised
2014: 89 Trucks, $108,000 Raised
2013: 45 Trucks, $76,000 Raised