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Mack Trucks Announces Entry Period for 2022 Mack Calendar Contest

Proud owners of Mack trucks will have the chance to be featured in the upcoming 2022 Mack Trucks Calendar. The brand will accept nominations through the Mack Calendar Contest website, May 4 to June 4, 2021.

The contest calls on Mack’s social media followers to select truck owners for a spotlight in next year’s Mack calendar.

“It’s always fun to see the truck submissions by our passionate fans, whether they’re current production models or vintage models still hard at work,” says John Walsh, Mack Trucks vice president of North American marketing. “The annual calendar contest brings together members of the Mack family to celebrate hard work, determination, and great-looking trucks.”

Mack will accept nominations in categories for each of its seven current models, including the Mack Anthem®, Granite®, LR, MD, Pinnacle and TerraPro. There will also be a vintage category for Mack models that are no longer in production.

For eligibility, nominated trucks must currently be in operation in a business or trucking company and be in routine use. Additionally, trucks may not be collector or show trucks that are no longer licensed for commercial use.

Mack’s fans and followers will vote on which truck they like best in each category. They can vote once per day, per category for the duration of the contest. Mack encourages contest entrants to get out the vote through their own social media channels to increase winning chances. Winners will receive a professional photo shoot courtesy of Mack Trucks and will have a feature in the 2022 Mack Calendar.

Mack distributes the annual Mack Calendar around the world. To enter a truck in the contest or cast a vote, visit www.macktrucks.com/mack-life/calendarcontest.

Photos courtesy of Mack Trucks

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