On Wednesday, April 8, at 11:00 a.m., the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada unveiled its Stay Home, Flatten the Curve, Save Lives mobile campaign.
The campaign consisted of a #flattenthecurve fully-wrapped 53 ft trailer donated by Sharp Transportation, which departed at 11:00 a.m. from Toronto Digital Imaging, located at 2201 Drew Road, Mississauga, and headed to Cambridge on the 401.
The wrap was sponsored by WTFC and Armour Insurance, designed by Big Rig Wraps Transport Truck Advertising and Paula Kennedy of Purple Door Creative and installed by the Toronto Digital Imaging team.
The purpose of this initiative, made possible by the collective support and joint efforts of the above-named transportation industry professionals, is to support the Provincial and Federal efforts to raise awareness to the impact of staying home to flatten the curve and save lives.
Following the unveiling, the trailer will continue to roll across Canada and Cross-Border to further propagate this message and awareness.
If you would like more info about Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada and the Stay Home, Flatten the Curve, Save Lives mobile campaign, please contact:
Shelley Uvanile-Hesch, CEO
519-591-6722 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.wtfc.ca