Superior-based trucking company drove to raise funds for Special Olympics MN

SUPERIOR, WISC.—In continuing its community support efforts, Halvor Lines recently participated in the World’s Largest Convoy on September 16 and 17, 2016, to benefit Special Olympics of Minnesota. The two-day event raised money and awareness for Special Olympics by bringing the trucking industry and Special Olympics athletes together in a large-scale truck convoy.

The celebration started with an Opening Ceremony at the National Sports Center/Schwan’s Event Center in Blaine, MN, followed by the convoy of participating trucks. To raise funds, each truck paid $100 to participate. The number of trucks was estimated at around 150, with vendors also raising money at the event.

“This is our second year participating, and we look forward to many more,” explained Amanda Lynch, driver recruiter at Halvor Lines. “Community involvement matters both to us as a company and to our drivers, who were more than happy to participate.”

The World’s Largest Convoy took place in Blaine, MN, on September 16 and 17, 2016. To learn more about Halvor Lines, visit halvorlines.com.

About Halvor Lines

Halvor Lines is a truckload motor carrier offering dry van, refrigerated, flatbed, specialized and logistics services. The company was founded in 1968, and currently operates more than 400 power units and more than 1,000 trailers. Halvor Lines integrates modern technology and late-model transportation equipment with a great workforce—all the while, winning award after award for safety, eco-friendly operations and service.

About the World’s Largest Convoy

The Truck Convoy is a two-day celebration that helps raise money for Special Olympics Minnesota. At the National Sports Center, truckers are welcomed by Special Olympics Minnesota athletes, families, friends, colleagues, law enforcement officers, the Special Olympics community, companies and agencies that make up the trucking industry.