NEW TRUCK SHOW: Getting ready for Back to the Bri Festival are (from left) Tracey Taylor and Gillian Goddard, Justin and Caitlin Taylor.
NEW TRUCK SHOW: Getting ready for Back to the Bri Festival are (from left) Tracey Taylor and Gillian Goddard, Justin and Caitlin Taylor. Contributed

Shine your trucks to head Back to the Bri

IT'S clear when someone mentions trucks and diesel you are sure to attract attention and the upcoming inaugural Narrabri Chamber of Commerce's Back to the Bri Truck Show is shaping up to be a winner.

The Narrabri Truck Show will headlining the many family activities already planned for the Back to the Bri Festival on the October long weekend.

Trophies and prizes will be awarded to Best Truck 2013 onwards, Best Truck Pre 2013, Best Vintage Truck 1988 or older and People's Choice.

The trucks will be the main attraction at the October 5 event, but drivers haven't been forgotten.

The Truck Drivers Tug of War promises to demonstrate some real "grunt” and drag out a hamburger or two.

Teams made up of four truck industry people can challenge for the title of Narrabri Chamber Back to the Bri Truckie Tuggers 2019. The winning team will have the honour of having their name permanently entered onto the Champion Truckie Tuggers Shield for display.

For the kids there will be jumping castles, sack races, best decorated bike competition and many other kids' events for an afternoon of family fun.

Live bands and trade displays will keep you entertained while food vendors will keep your hunger away.

For all truck show nominations go to www. narrabrichamber.com.au, phone Gilly Goddard on 0419 236 721 or email fourstewarts@bigpond.com.

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