Aiken, SC (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
When the Truck Driver Social Media Convention meets in North Kansas City, Missouri on October 27-28, 2012, second year sponsors Mike and Vicki Simons of Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com will be there giving away items to help professional truck drivers save money. Not only will the couple have money saving tips for truck drivers, but they will be giving away products to help two drivers save money on meals on the road.
“We know how hard it can be for truckers to save money,” says Vicki Simons. "The prizes we're giving away at the convention are identical to products we have personally used to save money on meals on the road. I am confident that the two drivers who win them will find them very valuable because they have enormous money saving potential when used systematically."
The first item being given away is a Presto® Kitchen Kettle™ valued at $25. The couple describes on their website how they have used this "hot pot" to prepare many meals in-truck. The box says that the Kitchen Kettle™ multi-cooker/steamer "Steams, stews, roasts, boils, deep fries and more."
The second item being given away is a 4-quart round Crock Pot® valued at $16. The couple describes on their website how a trucker can assemble foodstuffs in a slow cooker prior to a driving shift, properly brace it against being overturned in transit, select a heat setting, and let it cook a meal that is ready to eat some hours later after the driver parks.
Both A/C-powered appliances can be used in a commercial motor vehicle when plugged into an appropriate source of electricity. Mike and Vicki Simons powered their cooking appliances in-truck by using a battery-connected inverter.
Vicki updated the trucking social media page on their site with this year's convention sponsors and speakers, listing them alphabetically and enhancing the list with as many Twitter account links as she could find.
Allen and Donna Smith of AskTheTrucker.com, TruthAboutTrucking.com, and TruckingSocialMedia.com said this:
"Mike and Vicki Simons believe in 'raising the standards of the trucking industry' with the highest possible level of honesty, transparency, and integrity. Through Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com, they are a second year sponsor of the annual Truck Driver Social Media Convention, being a part of the 'Circle of Trust,' which honors and supports our nation's drivers."
About the Truck Driver Social Media Convention
The event is a gathering of those within the trucking industry who desire to unite, network, learn, and honor professional drivers while addressing trucking issues with one another and with government and industry specialists.
The Truck Driver Social Media Convention is hosted by Allen and Donna Smith of AskTheTrucker.com and Truth About Trucking Live on Blog Talk Radio. Allen is a 35 year veteran of the transportation industry who is best known as being an advocate for CDL students and professional drivers. Allen and Donna have been reaching drivers through social media for over five years.
For more information about the Truck Driver Social Media Convention please visit: truckingsocialmedia.com.
Through Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com, Mike and Vicki Simons provide real world tips that help professional truck drivers save hard-earned money and personal reporting about products and services for use on the road. They have developed their unique website as a place to share the tips they have learned through the years and where other professional drivers can do the same.
Since 2009, Mike and Vicki have helped untold numbers of professional truck drivers and their home support team members save money in many different ways. The couple's 21 years of marriage, frugal lifestyle and commercial driving experience serve as the backdrop for blending two of their passions: truck driving and saving money. Not only have they published hundreds of articles and reviews on their site, but they have also sent thousands of news snippets to their continually updated blog. The blog is about how truckers can save money or are being forced to spend more money in their jobs. They also publish a free monthly email newsletter that is now in its 4th year of publication.