Local organizations to show off specialized vehicles at Park Plaza Mall event


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Little Rock, Arkansas – The Park Plaza Mall in Little Rock is hosting a complimentary community gathering, the Family Touch-a-Truck event, aimed at providing families with a unique opportunity to explore a variety of specialized vehicles.

The event is scheduled to take place in the southwest parking lot of the mall on Saturday, commencing at 11 a.m. and concluding at 3 p.m., as stated by an official representative.

A broad spectrum of vehicles will be showcased during the event, with options extending from police cars and ambulances to fire trucks and more, according to a mall spokesperson.

A number of local and regional organizations are slated to participate, contributing vehicles for attendees to explore. These include the Little Rock Police Department, Little Rock Fire Department, MEMS, Arkansas Game and Fish, Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, Saia LTL Freight, Waste Management, American Red Cross Arkansas, Greenway Equipment, Coca-Cola, and Dippin’ Dots.

In the instance of inclement weather, contingency plans are in place to ensure the event proceeds as planned. Officials have confirmed that should rain befall the day, the event will be seamlessly relocated to the ground level of the mall’s parking garage.


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