the Tennessee Truck Show

What are you doing May 12th & 13th? Do you love the taste of out-door grillin? Live music, or a party atmosphere? Well then meet me out at the truck Friday the 12 for the Tennessee Truck Show!

The Tennessee Truck Show began in 2004, the creation of Truck It Records' recording artist, Joey Holiday, and his wife, Vicky. Nashville was perfect, centrally located and visited by thousands of truckers every day. The city serves as the crossroads of America - with I 40, I 24, I 65 running through. The Tennessee Truck Show also proved the perfect place to showcase trucking music. With free concerts, growing vendors and sponsors, the Tennessee Truck Show has become the social event of the year.

Holiday has been entertaining truckers for over 11 years with his unique style of trucking music. The 2nd Tennessee Truck Show also featured Truck It Records recording artist, TC Bush, and the legendary Red Simpson. The "Wash and Park" truck beauty contest grows every year. Drivers who ordinarily do not enter the usual truck beauty contests join in the fun, taking the title to heart.

The 3rd Tennessee Truck Show promises to surpass the previous years with more vendors, sponsors and activities. Joining Holiday, Bush and Simpson is Leland Martin, whose "Stone Cold Fingers" is a favorite with drivers. Dave Nemo returns for his third year as Master of Ceremonies.

Truck It Records Hosts the 3rd Annual Tennessee Truck Show

This year’s Tennessee Truck Show takes place May 12th and 13th, 2006 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds, I-65, Exit 81, Nashville, Tennessee.

The annual event brings the community and truckers together for a weekend filled with fun and excitement. Admission to the event is free and live entertainment includes trucking music superstar, Joey Holiday, and the legendary Red Simpson. TC Bush, whose endless energy and dynamic performances kept the audience captive at last year’s event, will also perform.

XM Satellite Radio personality, Dave Nemo, is this year’s master of ceremonies. There will be something for everyone, including NASCAR simulators, prizes and show trucks. There are two categories this year for show trucks: “Wash and Park” and “Best of the Best”

A pre-event barbeque sponsored by Crossroads to Hope and a free breakfast for the first 200 CDL holders, sponsored by Forward Air, are just a couple of the exciting events taking place at this year’s Tennessee Truck Show.

Make plans now for a weekend filled with entertainment and fun. For more information, visit www. tennesseetruckshow .com or call 615-307-4525.

If you can't attend check back for the virtual version of the show - we'll take you behind the scenes and interviews with friends and fellowships at the show! Been to the show before? Give us some feedback about what you thought about the show in the truckers forum.

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