Westwood One’s Red Eye Radio network will kick the Great American Trucking Show into high gear with live performances, product demonstrations, a raffle drawing and more. The Red Eye Radio Rendezvous Booth will be the hub of celebrity central in Dallas with live appearances and musical performances from country artists Tony Justice, Jayne Denham, Lindsay Lawler, Nate Moran, Scott Dean and TV’s “Shipping Wars” star Marc Springer.
The Great American Trucking Show, a trucking convention with more than 500,000 feet of exhibit space, will take place August 25-27 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. Eric Harley and Gary McNamara, hosts of Red Eye Radio, will be on site to introduce attendees to the sizzling lineup of country music artists and celebrities. The special guests will visit Red Eye Radio’s South Wing lobby booth, as well as booth #13053 on the show floor, for signing autographs, taking photos and talking with drivers. For specific days, schedule, and details visit www.redeyeradioshow.com.
Visitors to the booth will also be able to register for daily drawings for CB radios, GPS units and much more. Support for Red Eye Radio’s 2016 Great American Trucking Show events and activities include: Mercer Transportation, ToughTested, Pilot Flying J, Chevron Delo, GCR Tire Centers, Taxation Solutions, the St. Christopher Fund, Motel 6 and Uniroyal Commercial Truck Tires … Affordable and Dependable.
Red Eye Radio, hosted by Eric Harley and Gary McNamara, is the longest running nationally syndicated radio program focused on the needs of the trucking industry. The show airs on more than 220 stations nationwide Monday-Friday, Midnight-5 a.m. CT. For more than 40 years, the show has been a part of the fabric of the trucking industry. Red Eye Radio has done this by consistently providing professional drivers up-to-the-minute news, information and entertainment that creates a positive in-cab experience while helping truckers become more efficient and stay entertained while on the road. The audience includes shift workers, travellers, truck drivers and others who embrace the new 24/7 lifestyle, with many restaurants, retailers and other business establishments open round the clock.