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The Miller Road Show: Taking It to the Streets

Since day one, Miller has been known for thinking outside the “blue box.” The Miller Road Show program is no exception.

Way back in 1953, Niels Miller boarded a bus, added a display of welding equipment and took to the streets to call on customers. The rubber really hit the road in 1961, when the company launched its first decked-out semi truck, calling it “the biggest array of welders…ever displayed in a mobile unit.”

The rest, they say, is history!  Click on a tab below to find out more…

Truck Facts

Road Show One

Road Show One brings you a total welding experience: the latest welding and cutting products to see and try and lots of information for education. The Road Show is staffed by Miller welding and cutting pros, with expertise in your applications, including farm, aviation, automotive and home workshop/hobby use.

  • Live Demos with over 30 products
  • TIG Demonstration Station

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80,000 lbs

2009 Peterbilt 387

500 HP Cummings ISX
Diesel Engine

Road Show Two

Road Show Two is a 72-foot semi equipped with the latest welding and cutting products. This rig is built for hands-on training and demonstrations plus on-board education on Miller and ITW welding partner products. And it’s staffed by welding engineers and process experts with in-depth industry knowledge.


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80,000 lbs.

2005 KenworthT2000

500 HP Cat Diesel Engine

Road Show Partners Recommended Brands

Goin’ Mobile: Life on the Road

For the dedicated crew at Miller, the Road Show is a way of life. It takes a professional team and a lot of behind-the-scenes logistics to bring you all the latest and greatest from Miller.

One day, you might see us at car, farm, motorsports or aviation events. The next day, supporting national welding distributor events and international shows.

Road Show Partners

Miller would like extend a special “thank you” to the following partners of the Road Show program:


Fabel Repair & Collision Center