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Mack fans to choose trucks for 2016 Mack calendar photo shoot

Every dog may have its day, according to the old saying, but six special Bulldogs will each get an entire month in the 2016 Mack Trucks Calendar. That’s the pitch Mack Trucks is offering customers who’d like an opportunity for their Mack models to be spotlighted in next year’s calendar. Customers may nominate their trucks and submit photos through a link on Mack’s Facebook page. Mack’s 100,000-plus Facebook fans will then vote to determine the six winners.  Nominated trucks must be in current commercial operation and can be any Mack model from any model year, the company says. The winning trucks will receive a professional photo shoot, courtesy of Mack, and a spot in the 2016 edition of the Mack Trucks Calendar. “Mack owners are known around the world for the pride they have in their trucks,” said John Walsh, Mack vice president of marketing. “And what better way to showcase that pride than a chance to star in the 2016 Mack calendar.” The online contest runs from March 3 through May 31 and is open to any customer with a Mack truck currently in use for business. More than 30,000 copies of the annual Mack Trucks Calendar were distributed worldwide for 2015. For more information, including the complete rules and instructions on how to nominate a truck, please visit Mack’s Facebook page at facebook.com/MackTrucks.
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