Shell Rotella awards grand prize in 2023 Class 8 truck giveaway

Shell Rotella awards grand prize in 2023 Class 8 truck giveaway

Donald McNurlin of Tulsa, Okla. is the grand prize winner of the 2023 Shell Rotella Class 8 Truck Sweepstakes.

Shell Rotella announced that Donald McNurlin of Tulsa, Okla. is the grand prize winner of the 2023 Shell Rotella Class 8 Truck Sweepstakes. As the grand prize winner, McNurlin was awarded a Class 8 truck of his choice. McNurlin was recently presented with a 2023 Mack Pinnacle at a ceremony at Love’s Travel Stop in Big Cabin, Okla.

“Shell Rotella is pleased to have hard-working truck driver Donald McNurlin win the 2023 Shell Rotella Class 8 Truck Promotion and we hope he enjoys many happy memories on the road with his brand-new Class 8 truck,” said Julie Wright, North American brand manager for Shell Rotella. “We’re proud to provide him and truck drivers across the country with high-performance heavy-duty engine oil that will keep trucks running smoothly, mile after mile.”

“It is a wonderful surprise to have had an opportunity to win the 2023 Shell Rotella Truck Promotion,” said McNurlin. “Trucking has always been a lifelong interest and love of mine. I feel blessed to be able to take my new truck on the road and will continue to use Shell Rotella.”

Bruckner’s Truck and Equipment in Tulsa, Okla. facilitated the grand prize Class 8 truck for McNurlin.

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