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Freightliner: Hardest Working Cities

Driving results for the hardest-working trucks

Freightliner vocational trucks, and the men and women who operate them, play a vital role in stimulating economies. In fact, our intel revealed a compelling relationship between thriving cities and markets with the strongest vocational truck sales. To help Freightliner make the point, we conceived Hardest Working Cities — an ongoing recognition program that would shine the spotlight on metro areas across North America that drive economic success. In 2015 alone, we brought the campaign to Indianapolis, Dallas, Nashville, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake City, hosting dealership events that drew local government officials and key customers and pulling off a series of surprise parties at job sites to thank workers whose efforts too often go unthanked. The gesture has built strong relationships between consumers and the Freightliner brand — a rare achievement for a product with a vocational customer base.

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Home page of hardestworkingcities.com

The Hardest Working Cities microsite is the central content hub for honored cities, including videos, photos and detailed information about the program.

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Toronto is announced as one of Canada’s Hardest Working Cities via email blast.

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Trade print is a key media buying strategy for announcing honored cities.



Key brand as friend driver: connecting

Hardest Working Cities connects consumers with vocational Freightliner trucks and their dealers on a personal level that's unprecedented in the world of original equipment manufacturers.

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