Peterbilt announces 'Legend Continues' Tour dates

Peterbilt announces ‘Legend Continues’ Tour dates

The Legend Continues Tour, which began in June and will continue through November 2012, will stop at more than 40 Peterbilt dealer locations across the U.S. and Canada. The tour's Peterbilt Model 579 with 53-ft. double-expandable trailer houses approximately 1,000 sq. ft. of space with kiosks and displays that highlight the Model 579's design features, technology and performance.

Tour dates for the new Model 579 from Peterbilt Motors Co. have been announced. The Legend Continues Tour, which began in June and will continue through November 2012, will stop at more than 40 Peterbilt dealer locations across the U.S. and Canada.

The Legend Continues Tour features a 53-ft. double-expandable trailer with approximately 1,000 sq. ft. of space with kiosks and displays that highlight the Model 579’s design features, technology and performance, the company said. Included are cab and sleeper cutaway displays, and an interactive “Technology Zone” focused on components such as headlamps, driver information panel, SmartNav, and new multi-function steering wheel controls. There also are videos highlighting reliability testing, aerodynamic efficiency, and the lightweight chassis design of the Model 579.

PACCAR MX Engine technology is on display in the tour trailer as well, highlighting engine components such as the encapsulated wiring, connecting rods and camshaft. Peterbilt added its New Revolution Seats, with two-chamber lumbar support, adjustable side bolsters, adjustable suspension dampening, heating and ventilation options, and additional storage pockets also are showcased.

“The interactive tour will allow dealers and customers the opportunity to experience first-hand all of the new Model 579 features and benefits,” said Bill Kozek, Peterbilt general manager and PACCAR vice president. “The 579 is the most innovative vehicle in Peterbilt’s history, providing the highest quality, superior aerodynamics, unmatched comfort and exceptional reliability.”

Peterbilt 579 “The Legend Continues” Tour Dates and Locations are as follows:

Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Denver, Denver, Colo. July 17
Peterbilt of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyo. July 19
Montana Peterbilt, Billings,  Mont. July 23
Stahl Peterbilt – Edmonton, Edmonton, Alberta July 26-
Allstate Peterbilt of Bismarck, Bismarck, N.D. July 30
Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo, Fargo, N.D. Aug. 1
Peterbilt of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, S.D. Aug. 3
JX Peterbilt – Fort Wayne, New Haven, Ind. Aug. 7
Peterbilt of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Aug. 9
Peterbilt of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Aug. 13
Peterbilt Truck Center of Little Rock, Little Rock, Ark. Aug. 15
Peterbilt Truck Center of Shreveport, Shreveport, La. Aug. 28
Peterbilt of Memphis    Memphis, Tenn. Aug. 30
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Phoenix, Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. 4
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Fontana, Fontana, Calif. Sept. 6
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Pico Rivera, Pico Rivera, Calif. Sept. 7
Kansas City Peterbilt, Kansas City, Mo. Sept. 12
JX Peterbilt – Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind. Sept. 14
Peterbilt of Northwest Ohio    Findlay, Ohio Sept. 17
Reefer Peterbilt, Detroit, Mich. Sept. 19
Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centres – Mississauga, Mississauga, Ontario Sept. 26
Hunter Peterbilt, Lancaster, Pa. Sept. 28
G.L. Sayre Peterbilt, Conshohocken, Pa. Oct. 1-2
Utica General Peterbilt, Albany, N.Y. Oct. 4
The Pete Store – Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Oct. 8
Piedmont Peterbilt, Greensboro, N.C. Oct. 10
Peterbilt of Bristol, Bristol, Tenn. Oct. 12
Lookout Mountain Peterbilt, Chattanooga, Tenn. Oct. 15
Peterbilt of Atlanta, Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 18
Peterbilt Truck Center of Birmingham, Birmingham, Ala. Oct. 22
Peterbilt Truck Center of Jackson, Brandon, Miss. Oct. 24
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Mobile, Mobile, Ala. Oct. 26
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Tampa, Tampa, Fla. Oct. 29
Palm Peterbilt, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Oct. 31
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Orlando, Orlando, Fla. Nov. 2
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla. Nov. 5
Peterbilt Truck Center of Savannah, Savannah, Ga. Nov. 7
The Pete Store – Columbia, Columbia, S.C. Nov. 9
Peterbilt Truck Center of Charleston, Summersville, S.C. Nov. 12
Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Charlotte, Charlotte, N.C. Nov. 14
The Pete Store – North Virginia, Richmond, Va. Nov. 16
Hunter Peterbilt, Eau Claire, Pa., Nov. 19
Columbus Peterbilt, Grove City, Ohio Nov. 21
Allstate Peterbilt, Minneapolis, Minn. Nov. 27

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