Brisbane Convoy for Kids Inc (BC4K) is a registered incorporated non-profit association. The annual Convoy is BC4K’s main event. The 2018 Convoy will take place on 3 November, commencing at Heathwood and ending at the Redcliffe Showgrounds. As with previous years, the day will be a big event with live entertainment, food, stalls, rides, events and fireworks.
The beneficiary for this year’s Convoy will be Hummingbird House.
Click here to visit the BC4K website.
Hummingbird House is Queensland’s only children’s hospice.
The mission of Hummingbird House is to provide best practice short break stays and care at the end of life for children with a life-limiting condition and their families, and to help families discover moments and create memories to last a lifetime. Every dollar you pledge to have SST’s Mack lead the Convoy helps Hummingbird House achieve their mission.
Click here to learn more about Hummingbird House and the invaluable services they provide.
Pledges can be made by depositing funds directly with BC4K. Details for deposits are as follows:
Bank: Bank of Queensland Limited
BSB: 124 001
Reference: SST Mack
Please also email SST, with a copy to BC4K, details of your pledge so that it can be identified (firstname.lastname@example.org
BC4K can provide a receipt for your donation on request. Please refer to the BC4K website generally for terms and conditions relating to the event.
SST’s Mack is not just an Australian R Model painted black to resemble a movie truck.
While not intended to be an exact replica of the famous lead truck from the movie Convoy, the SST Mack of course pays tribute to it sharing many of its iconic features. The movie hero truck was a Mack Western RS700L. The Western RS series trucks were built on a different chassis to traditional East Coast R Models. Among many other differences, the RS models of the period had a unique taller bonnet (which was not interchangeable with a traditional East Coast R Model due to the unique cab position). The Western Macks were not imported to Australia, and the Australian built R Models were based on the East Coast USA models.
SST’s Mack is an Australian built replica of a Western RS700L. It is likely the only one of its kind in Australia.
We are taken back by the amount of positive feedback and attention the Mack has already received. There are drivers all over the world that have been inspired to join and devote themselves to the transport industry by the movie and the
iconic truck that SST’s Mack pays tribute to. Given how unique the vehicle is in Australia, we anticipate it will receive a fair amount of focus on the day of (and leading up to) the Convoy – regardless of whether the truck actually leads the
Capitalise on the exposure while supporting the worthiest of causes. We will include the corporate logo of substantial sponsors on this page. SST is also willing to have the corporate logo of the sponsor with the highest pledge draped as a banner across the rear of the sleeper on the day of the Convoy. Photos taken on the day will be sure to circulate on the web for years to come.
Please do no not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you would like to discuss corporate sponsorship.