Peterbilt displays refuse product line at WasteExpo

Peterbilt displays refuse product line at WasteExpo

Peterbilt is displaying its complete lineup of vehicles for the refuse industry at WasteExpo May 6-10.

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Peterbilt is displaying its complete lineup of vehicles for the refuse industry at WasteExpo May 6-10.

Booth 828 showcases three Model 520s. The booth also displays a Model 567 equipped with a roll-off body. The 567 highlights standard and optional safety features.

Attendees of the show can earn up to a $2,000 per truck cash rebate by having their badge scanned by a Peterbilt employee in the booth. Rebates are applicable to select Peterbilt models purchased through a Peterbilt dealer and are limited to three trucks per customer per calendar year and will be paid directly to the customer following verification of warranty registration information.

In addition to the booth, Peterbilt will also join the National Waste & Recycling Association in recognizing several Driver of the Year Award recipients during the show.

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