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Mack Trucks to Again Sponsor Share the Road Highway Safety Program in 2019

Mack Trucks announced that it would continue to sponsor the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Share the Road program in 2019. Mack has sponsored Share the Road since 2001. “Mack remains focused on highway safety, and we fully support the powerful message that the Share the Road drivers relay to the general public about operating safely […]

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Mack Trucks is Born Ready to Serve as ‘Official Hauler of NASCAR’

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – Mack Trucks and NASCAR today announced a multi-year agreement designating Mack as the “Official Hauler of NASCAR®.” Mack made the announcement during NASCAR’s DAYTONA 500 media day event. As part of the agreement, Mack provided a fleet of custom-designed Mack® Pinnacle™ sleeper models spec’d to answer the challenges of the grueling […]

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mack museum

Mack Trucks Historical Museum Celebrates 30 Years of Highlighting History

The Mack Trucks Historical Museum celebrated its 30th anniversary on Nov. 9. Incorporated as a non-profit corporation in 1984, the museum commemorates 114 years of Mack history through photos, memorabilia and a collection of vintage Mack truck models. “Through its many exhibits and displays, the Mack Museum brings to life the rich history of Mack […]

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Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, official driver of the MACK® Pinnacle™ bound for the U.S. Capitol, shares his experiences as a truck driver with Kandy Kilbreth, a U.S. Forest Service Job Corps student.

Mack Partners with U.S. Forest Service Job Corps to Provide On-the-Job Training

Recognizing that cultivating a strong pipeline of qualified drivers is vital to the future success of the trucking industry, Mack Trucks partnered with the U.S. Forest Service Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers (JCCCC) to offer a ride-along opportunity for a Job Corps student. Kandy Kilbreth, 24, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., rode along in a MACK® […]

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1949 Peterbilt 350, known as El Turbo, for its turbocharged Cummins diesel engine. The truck, with a custom interior and stainless-steel bunkhouse, is owned by Jerry Howard of Fairborn, Ohio.

Over 2,000 Miles Hauling the Memory of the Mother Road

The Historic Highway Convoy 2012, consisting of 30 vintage trucks of modest and mighty proportions, had spent eight days and 2,000 miles on the road, tracing the remnants of Old Route 66, before rumbling into the Inland Empire on Saturday morning. Their timing was impeccable, as the trucks were on hand to participate in the […]

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1963 Mack B-61

1963 Mack B-61 Logging Truck at Antique Truck Show

1963 Mack B-61 Logging Truck Filmed at the 2012 Antique Truck Show, July 14-15, in Duncan, BC

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Mack to Introduce Natural Gas Versions of Two Trucks in 2013

Mack Trucks has announced it will be offering natural gas-powered versions of its Pinnacle and Granite models in 2013. Both models will utilize the Cummins Westport ISX12 G engine. Customer testing is scheduled to begin this year. The addition of the 12-litre natural gas-powered models adds to Mack’s existing natural gas line-up, which includes the […]

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Back on the Road

After a Lifetime Putting Others First, Deserving Trucker Wins Arrow’s Back on the Road™ Program

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Arrow Truck Sales and industry sponsors selected the winner of Arrow’s 5th Anniversary Back on the Road™ program, presented by Mack Trucks, Inc., today at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. Mounting medical bills and lack of a steady income stream have put Billy Basenberg of Jasper, AL., in a position […]

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