The World’s Largest Truck Convoy for Special Olympics is a national celebration of the trucking industry, its allied partners, and law enforcement all working together to help raise money for Special Olympics. Law Enforcement will escort trucks on the 14 mile convoy route throughout Fargo, beginning and ending at the Supervalu Distribution Center.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) for Special Olympics North Dakota is a volunteer movement established to increase awareness of and raise funds for Special Olympics. By participating in the Truck Convoy, you help Special Olympics North Dakota reach more people, and help our athletes reveal they are champions to the world!
In 2016, a total of 85 trucks participated making it the most participation in the history of the North Dakota Truck Convoy! Please help us reach our 2017 goal of 100 trucks in the Truck Convoy, and help even more Special Olympics athletes across North Dakota!
Trucks welcome in the Convoy include semi-Trucks, truck/trailer combinations, large trucks, low-boys, dump trucks, flat beds, buses, large tow trucks, large box trucks, fire trucks, etc. All trucks entering the Convoy must be of 10,001 GVWR or larger. Hazardous materials or trucks with alcohol/tobacco names are not permitted to participate.
All participants will need to show proof of a valid CDL license and proof of insurance with at least $1,000,000 combined single limit (CSL). All drivers and passengers are required to sign a release of liability waiver which must be presented at driver registration on the day of the event, prior to receiving your goody bag.
This event is typically held in September of each year.
Thank you to all of our 2017 Truck Convoy Sponsors!
Silver Sponsors: Jim's Towing Inc., Goldmark Property Management, Wanzek Construction, & TDS Trucking, Inc.
Bronze Sponsors: Killoran Trucking & Brokerage, Lee's Oil Service, LLC, Premier Transportation & Premier Service Center, RDO Equipment & RDO Trucking Center, S&S Transport, Inc., & Schwartz Trucking
Medallion Sponsors: Dixon Insurance, Inland Truck Parts & Service, Rizzencio Logistics, LLC, Valley Tire, & Vision Bank