Scottish trucking event returns to raise money for charities07 February 2020

The Grampian Truck Show is returning after a 13-year absence and will be run as a not-for-profit event to raise money for local charities Charlie House and STV Children's Appeal. The show will be held on Saturday 18 April at the Thainstone Agricultural Centre and is sponsored by commercial vehicle finance and leasing business Asset Alliance Group. Exhibitors will showcase a range of vehicles including super trucks, heavy haulage combinations, light commercials and classic trucks.

The event will also include an awards programme and charity auction. Organiser Ally Shaw says: "We had been thinking about bringing back the show for some time and once we made the decision we received an incredible response from across the whole of Scotland which is so encouraging. "We're also delighted to welcome Asset Alliance Group as headline sponsor, and so thankful for their support."

Willie Paterson, Asset Alliance Group CEO, adds: "We had no hesitation in getting involved in such a fantastic event for Scotland, which we are pleased to see back on the events calendar for 2020. "The fact that all proceeds will go to charity makes it all the more worthwhile and we hope to see the Scottish trucking community step up with their wholehearted support." For more information on participating in the event, click the link below.

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