Briefly: Sheetz and Trucker Path hold driver appreciation sweepstakes

Updated Aug 1, 2023
Sheetz canopy
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Today, Sheetz, a Mid-Atlantic restaurant and convenience chain, announced it has partnered with Trucker Path, Inc. to launch its annual National Truck Driver Appreciation Sweepstakes.

Through the sweepstakes, truck drivers have the opportunity to win weekly prizes that include $500 in Sheetz fuel cards and additional rewards from Monster, Pepsi, and Coca-Cola. The grand prize winner will receive $3,000 in Sheetz fuel cards and other rewards.

A drawing will be held every Wednesday starting now and ending on Aug. 23, to determine the weekly prize winner. The grand prize drawing will be held on Aug. 28. The last day to enter the sweepstakes is Aug. 27.

Truck drivers can enter to win by going to Entrants must possess a commercial driver’s license to participate. No purchase is necessary.

For entry and Official Rules with complete eligibility, prize descriptions, odds disclosure, and other details, visit

Sheetz, Inc. operates over 675 store locations throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, and North Carolina.

Women of Trucking advisory board meets Aug. 14

The next meeting of the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration's Women of Trucking advisory board is Monday, Aug. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern. The online meeting is open to the public.

Topics to be discussed during the meeting include:

  • Opportunities to enhance training, mentorship, education, and advancement and outreach programs that would increase the number of women in the industry
  • Agency experts and those in the field under discussion will share insights for the board’s consideration

Advance registration is required for those wishing to attend. Registration can be completed at


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