The annual Touch a Truck event in Abbotsford is switching to a five-part online series for 2020. (Abbotsford News file photo)

Annual Touch a Truck event in Abbotsford goes virtual in 2020

Online series running weekly in September features tanks, tractors and more

The annual Touch a Truck event in Abbotsford is going virtual this year.

This year’s event, presented by Abbotsford Centre and Envision Financial, is an online five-part series running on the centre’s social media channels every Tuesday in September at 3 p.m.

Touch a Truck: Road Trip features exhibits including tanks, tractors, motorcycles, fire trucks, heavy equipment and more.

RELATED: 2019 Touch a Truck event

Also throughout September, the Abbotsford Centre Envision Financial box office will serve as a dropoff point for non-perishable food items in support of Envision Financial’s The Full Cupboard, which in turn goes to the Archway Food Bank of Abbotsford.

Cash donations can also be dropped off at the box office or donations can be made online at by writing “Touch a Truck” in the message section.

As a thank you, anyone who donates in September will be entered to win one of several prize packs, including the grand prize of a Nintendo Switch Lite and $50 gift card to the Nintendo store.

Touch a Truck: Road Trip can be viewed on Abbotsford Centre’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube channels.

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