Trucker Jamboree in Joplin, MO Begins This Week

All Roads Lead to Joplin 2012

Joplin Truck Show 2012

Trucker Jamboree in Joplin, MO

Trucker Jamboree to benefit disaster relief: 2011 and 2012 have been some particularly rough years for dangerous weather in America’s heartland. Super storms have exacted high levels of damage on cities in Texas, Missouri, Kentucky, Kansas and Illinois. The good news is, truck drivers can help ease the strain on these Midwest communities in need.

A Family-Friendly Event

This week, charities turn all eyes to Joplin, Missouri for the All Roads Lead to Joplin benefit trucker jamboree. It’s a trucker family friendly affair, and features custom semi trucks, food, music and more. CDL Life will be there, so be sure and stop by to say hello to us! We would love to talk to you and maybe even put you on camera to hear about what concerns you in the trucking industry.

The 30th Shell Rotella SuperRigs will be a celebration of hard working truckers and will contribute to the rebuilding efforts that are still needed in Joplin, said Chris Guerrero, global brand manager of Shell Rotella. They will be hosting a custom truck show that features a $25,000 grand prize. Is your big rig up to that kind of standard?

Register on-site Thursday and Friday May 17-18 beginning at 7:30 a.m. and Saturday, May 19 beginning at 8 a.m.

All Roads Lead to Joplin is an informal association comprising a group of corporate and local supporters with a goal of raising funds to benefit the YMCA of Joplin’s Community disaster recovery efforts. Supporters include Shell Lubricants, Speedco, Bridgestone and Fleetguard.

What is the Shell Rotella Custom Truck Show?

  • Next to the Speedco® in Joplin, Missouri
  • May 17-19, 2012
  • $25,000 in cash & prizes
  • 18 working truck categories including Best of Show, Tractor, Tractor/Trailer and Classic divisions

Who can enter the Shell Rotella Custom Truck Competition?

Registration is free but entrants must comply with registration rules by having a working truck with proof of inter- or intrastate commerce (state DOT authority, tractor VIN No. and driver CDL No.). Working trucks must travel a minimum of 100,000 miles per year.

A panel of four judges will score each rig based on appearance; design, detail/finish; originality; and workmanship.

Visit the official All Roads Lead to Joplin website to learn more about what’s in store for truckers and their families.

Here’s the Google Map directions! Put this in your GPS unit and join us!


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