HARDEST WORKING CITY

Edmonton

HARD WORK HAPPENS IN THE CITY OF CHAMPIONS.

EDMONTON (June 22, 2016) — We quickly learned Edmonton is not the "City of Champions" because of trophies or titles; it is a champion because of what its people have made it.

Last week, we honored Edmonton, Alberta as our latest Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working City. With more than 878,000 citizens, it is Alberta's second-largest city and Canada's fifth-largest municipality.

After an exhaustive review of more than 400 metropolitan census areas, Edmonton was honored for being the #1 leader in North America for average number of hours worked and for being within the top 3 in per capita infrastructure expenditure.

We began our celebration with surprise visits to three worksites in the city and then headed downtown to host the Edmonton Hardest Working Cities award presentation.

TAKE A LOOK AT HOW WE CELEBRATED >

PHOTO LIBRARY

Back to work - deford site - future school

Thanking workers at the DeFord jobsite

A day's work is never done.

VIDEO LIBRARY

Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 car in the NASCAR sprint cup series knows hard work matters

NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth knows hard work matters

Matt Kenseth, driver of the #20 car in the NASCAR sprint cup series has something to say to Edmontonians.

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