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Truck Beauty Contest Will Feature Numerous Categories Including People’s Choice and Most Hardworking Trucker


Houston, TX – The 38th Annual Shell Rotella® SuperRigs® will be going virtual this year and offering hard working truck drivers from across North America the opportunity to enter and showcase their trucks. The truck beauty contest will accept entries August 10-21 and will celebrate the heroic work of truck drivers with a theme of Legends of the Road. Award winners will be announced daily September 14-18 on Shell Rotella social channels to help celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation Week.


“North American truck drivers have faced unprecedented challenges on the road this year and we appreciate the essential work they do every day,” said Annie Peter, North American marketing manager, Shell Rotella. “We believe it is important to hold Shell Rotella SuperRigs in order to celebrate and highlight their hard work and to showcase many of the amazing looking trucks that are on the road. Drivers will be able to post photos and videos to highlight their truck and share its story with the trucking community.”


Many of the traditional Shell Rotella SuperRigs categories will be featured and entries will be judged by experienced industry professionals who work for major trucking publications or broadcast companies. Judging will take place August 24 through September 4. All winners will receive MyMilesMatter reward points and a limited-edition Shell Rotella jacket.


The awards for 2020 Shell Rotella SuperRigs are the following:


There will also be two special recognition categories with one award for each:

Contestants will have the opportunity to submit up to 10 photos and two videos (videos can be up to two minutes in length per video) for each category entered. Contestants are encouraged to provide a link to their entry on social media using #SuperRigs and #contest.


The Best of Show winner will be featured in the 2022 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar. The 2021 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar will be a special edition, celebrating the past 37 years of the famed event and feature trucks from previous SuperRigs calendars.


The Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition is the premier truck beauty contest for actively working trucks from across the United States and Canada. For more information about Shell Rotella SuperRigs, visit Follow Shell Rotella on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates on SuperRigs, Shell Rotella products and programs.


Virtual Shell Rotella SuperRigs Schedule:


NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  The “Registration Period” starts at 12:00 a.m. (CT) on August 10, 2020 and ends at 11:59:59 p.m. (CT) on August 21, 2020.  The “Voting Period” starts at 12:00 a.m. (CT) on August 24, 2020 and ends at 11:59:59 p.m. (CT) on September 4, 2020.  Open only who are legal residents of, and who reside within the 50 US/DC/Canada (excluding Quebec), are at least the age of majority in their state/province/territory at the time of entry, satisfy the truck ownership requirements set forth in the Official Rules and hold Class A Commercial Driver's License.  For Official Rules and complete details, visit for United States participants and for Canadian participants. Total ARV of all Prizes is $3,345.00 USD / $4,531.42 CAD.    Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Pennzoil Quaker State Company d/b/a SOPUS Products.


About Shell Lubricants

The term ‘Shell Lubricants’ collectively refers to the companies of Royal Dutch Shell plc that are engaged in the lubricants business. Shell Lubricants companies lead the lubricants industry, supplying more than 13% of global lubricants volume. * The companies manufacture and blend products for use in consumer, heavy industrial and commercial transport applications. The Shell Lubricants portfolio of top-quality brands includes Shell Rotella®, Pennzoil®, Quaker State®, FormulaShell®, Shell TELLUS®, Shell RIMULA®, Shell SPIRAX® and Jiffy Lube®.


*Kline & Company’s 17th Edition Global Lubricants Industry: Market Analysis and Assessment: 2019 report




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