Rudolph Foods Rig on the Road Contest and Sweepstakes 9/17/17 3PPD18+

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Rudolph Foods is celebrating #ROADLIFE all across this great country and you could win! Truck Drivers or friends of Truck Drivers … Submit a photo of a state they’ve driven through with a recognizable landmark and you could win $2500.

Another way you could win …

– Share often in the social space and you could win $500 or
– Answer our trivia question each day to increase your chances of winning!

Click Here to Enter | Official Rules

Official Rules: open to US, DC, 18 and older. Begins on August 1 and ends on September 17. Multiple entries.

Sweepstakes Entry: Sharing the Contest and/or answering a trivia question each day. Winner will be selected at random.

Truck Driver Photo Contest Entry: Any Truck Driver may upload a photography that represents a US state he/she has driven through or a non-truck driver who takes a photo of a truck driver that represents a US state. Each photograph will be judged by a panel of judges for the overall best photo.

Judging Criteria: 50% based on the photo originality and 50% on overall creativity of the photo that best represents the trucking industry and/or truck driver.

Trivia Answers:

In Guavate, Puerto Rico, Route 184 is known as “La Ruta del Lechón” or “Pork Highway” for the incredible dishes served in its restaurants. True

One (1) Contest Prize: $2,500

One (1) Sweepstakes Grand Prize: $500

Fifty (50) Sweepstakes First Prizes (chosen from all photos submitted): Rig on the Road Gift Pack. ARV: $50

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  1. Lester Cavey says:

    How many  truck drivers are in the United States? 3.5 million

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