Last week’s Touch-a-Truck event was a huge hit!
The whole community participated, from ice cream trucks to schoolbuses and everything in between! Our Zoomers worked double-duty as photo journalists, and they brought back some awesome pictures of the event! Take a look at how our Zoom family spent a sunny Sunday in May!
We pulled in at 10am, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed!
Once we parked our service truck, bobcat, and dump truck, all we had to do was wait…
…for the families to pour into the lot!
The children came in droves to climb onto the trucks, and the boys especially loved “steering” the bobcat.
This little man was a natural behind the wheel of these big rigs!
He was so fast and focused on the bobcat that we had to wonder,
“Do we have a little apprentice on our hands?”
Meanwhile, another pint-sized service tech had a different idea…
Is he dozing? Camera shy? Too cool for cameras?
We may never know the answer, but we do know this:
No one was too cool to honk the horn!
Our Zoomers along with the generous volunteers from other industries in our community were treated to a brilliant work of art entitled Variations on a Concrete Parking Lot, featuring a full orchestra of giggles and a chorus of carhorns. What a blast!
There’s our newest apprentice, and no wonder he’s such a master of the parked truck!
Our newest apprentice is none other than the nephew of our trusty dispatcher!
We are so thankful that our Zoom family had the opportunity to participate in a great community event, and hope that everyone whose trucks were explored, “driven,” and ultimately honked had as much fun as we did helping the Committee to Benefit the Children.
If you would like more information about this generous organization, it’s fun events throughout the year, or how you can help their cause, click here.
Were you at Touch-a-Truck 2012?
If you got a picture with the Zoom truck, send it in or link us to it on facebook and we’ll send you out a special coupon to say, “thanks!” for supporting our community!