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Mack Trucks Hits the Road Again for RoadLife 2.0

Mon April 29, 2019 - National Edition
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Mack Trucks is hitting the road again for RoadLife 2.0. Targeting 16 episodes, RoadLife 2.0 will highlight the often untold stories of men and women in the trucking industry whose hard work and dedication help keep our world moving forward.
Mack Trucks is hitting the road again for RoadLife 2.0. Targeting 16 episodes, RoadLife 2.0 will highlight the often untold stories of men and women in the trucking industry whose hard work and dedication help keep our world moving forward.

Building on the success of its nine-episode debut, Mack Trucks' RoadLife series is returning for a second season on Amazon Prime Video and http://roadlife.tv. RoadLife, produced in-house by the Mack marketing team, celebrates hard-working men and women in the trucking industry whose commitment to getting the job done helps keep our world moving forward.

"For every compelling story featured last season on RoadLife, we knew there were many others that deserved the same attention," said John Walsh, Mack Trucks vice president of marketing. "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to connect with even more customers this year, and can't wait to share their stories."

Shooting of RoadLife 2.0 began in January 2019, and the Mack production team has already racked up more than 40,000 travel miles visiting nine locations, including Valdez, Alaska, Reno, Nev., and Montreal, Quebec. Targeting 16 episodes this season, RoadLife 2.0 will feature one-of-a-kind stories ranging from snowplow drivers in one of the stormiest places in North America to wine crush season in California.

RoadLife 2.0 premieres later this spring, and details on specific episodes and release dates will be announced soon. Viewers can watch RoadLife episodes on Amazon Prime Video and http://roadlife.tv, with additional content featured on Mack Trucks' social channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

For more information about Mack, visit www.macktrucks.com.