Drivers parking in the Scania Village sponsored by Keltruck at Convoy in the Park will each receive a goodie bag, among other perks.

Last year the village attracted more than 400 Scania show trucks, a record that’s likely to be broken in 2018.

Keltruck’s stand in 2017 featured 20 limited edition White Knight trucks and there will be an equally mouth-watering line-up this year.

In addition, the dealer is sponsoring the stage at Convoy in the Park, which is being held at Donington Park on 21-22 July, which will showcase a number of bands over the course of the weekend. The line-up already includes The Rolling Clones, The 80s Rock Show and The Blue Print Brothers. A cinema screen at the back of the stage will play some of your favourite trucking movies.

There will be plenty of other attractions at Convoy in the Park too, including on-track action from round 5 of the British Truck Racing Championship plus support series, as well as a trade show, children’s entertainment and more than 1000 show trucks of all makes.

For the latest information on Convoy in the Park and to book your tickets go to: www.convoyinthepark.com.

If you want to book your truck into Convoy in the Park, it costs £65, but the price includes 2 adult weekend tickets and entry into one show truck category. For more information go to: www.btrc.co/show-truck-entry

This article was first published on Truckanddriver.co.uk

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