Mack Trucks
The Mack Trucks Calendar Contest is on the hunt for the best-looking Mack trucks for the 2025 calendar. A dozen beautiful Bulldogs will grace next year’s edition, courtesy of a professional photo shoot provided by Mack.

Mack Trucks 2025 Calendar Contest now open for submissions

March 20, 2024
The entry period for the contest runs from March 18 through the end of the contest. Online voting runs from April 1 through April 30. Voters are allowed to vote once daily for their choice.

The Mack Trucks Calendar Contest is on the hunt for the best-looking Mack trucks for the 2025 calendar. A dozen beautiful Bulldogs will grace next year’s edition, courtesy of a professional photo shoot provided by Mack.

In honor of Mack Trucks’ 125th anniversary in 2025, the oldest Mack truck still working in revenue operation will automatically win a spot in the calendar. Mack Trucks will determine the age of the vehicle by verifying the build date associated with the vehicle identification number. The winner must still be in regular service instead of being a historic or show truck.

As always, the contest allows Mack customers to submit photos and videos of their trucks online for Mack fans everywhere to vote. The top entries for each category will be featured for one month in the 2025 Mack calendar.

The entry period for the contest runs from March 18 through the end of the contest. Online voting runs from April 1 through April 30. Voters are allowed to vote once daily for their choice. Competition is fierce; more than 170,000 votes were cast for the 2024 calendar for 185 entries.

See also: Mack MD Electric production underway as early fleet customers begin EV operations

This year, several new enhancements have been made to the entry and voting procedures.

  • Enter before April 1 for 125 bonus votes.
  • Submit a video entry along with your truck photo and receive another 125 bonus votes; directions for the video are on the entry form. 
  • Bonus vote days: Check Mack’s social media channels regularly for special promotions, in which daily votes could be doubled or even tripled. 
  • In addition, all entries can be promoted to Mack’s 700,0000-plus followers across its social channels.

The contest is open to trucks in revenue operation; that is, trucks currently working in fleets and not collector or antique vehicles. The voting categories are aligned with Mack’s truck models, the Mack Anthem, Granite, Pinnacle, TerraPro, Mack LR, and Mack MD, plus a legacy category for models no longer in production but still in revenue operation. 

Winners will be announced in early May, and Mack Trucks will schedule a professional photo shoot for each winning entry for the calendar.

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