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Name the Plow contest from KYTC

From Naitore Djigbenou/Chuck Wolfe

KYTC is introducing the first statewide Name the Plow program, offering drivers a chance to name one of 14 snow trucks in the state. One truck will be named in each of Kentucky's 12 highway districts and two tow plows from the Franklin County-based KYTC strike force. The name will be displayed on the vehicle so residents can see it while it's out for pre-treating and plowing activities.

Kentucky residents of all ages can submit names beginning Nov. 14 and running through Dec. 2 by completing this online form: KYTC staff will vote on the winning names, and winners will be announced in early January. Entry rules are posted on the form.

"Many of our drivers live in the communities they serve and giving the public a chance to name a plow in their home county is a fun way to make the most of winter weather and showcase pride for our dedicated employees," said Gray.

This story was posted on 2022-11-15 10:26:20
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