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37th Shell Rotella SuperRigs set for July in Minnesota

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37th Shell Rotella SuperRigs set for July in Minnesota

ALBERT LEA, Minn. — The 37th Annual Shell Rotella SuperRigs will be held July 25-27 at Trail’s Travel Center located just off Interstate 35 in Albert Lea, Minnesota.

Contestants and attendees will be able to see the hardest working trucks in the industry and enjoy all the amenities on site throughout the three-day event.

There is no fee to enter SuperRigs and the weekend is designed to be fun for the whole family, organizers said.

Highlights include:

  • Annual fireworks display
  • Truck lights competition
  • Music throughout the weekend
  • Competitor BBQ lunch
  • The great prize pursuit

The Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition is considered the premier truck beauty contest for actively working trucks.

Owner-operator truckers from across the United States and Canada compete annually for more than $25,000 in cash and prizes.

Twelve drivers will be selected to have their trucks featured in the 2020 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar.

Details for Shell Rotella SuperRigs are subject to change and additional activities will be announced as they are finalized.

To register and for more information about Shell Rotella SuperRigs, visit www.Rotella.com. Event registration is recommended, but not required.

Follow Shell Rotella on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates on SuperRigs and Shell Rotella products and programs.

 

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