Not Truckers but Rockers

| June 01, 2005

Pat Foraker, of Quaker City, Ohio, driver for Transport Corporation of America – Foraker and his wife Brenda saved the lives of two women in a two-car crash on April 15, 2004.

David Tucker, of La Grande, Ore., driver for Seneca Foods Corp. – Tucker saved the life of a female California Highway Patrol officer, who was brutally attacked during a traffic stop on Dec. 2, 2003.


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The Truckload Carriers Association wants to capture the trucking life in a photo.

TCA’s Truck Driver Photo Contest will award cash prizes to photographers who can portray the industry and life on the road in a positive way. Any truck driver – company driver or owner-operator, leased or independent – may enter the contest.

The grand prize is $1,000, second place $750, and third place $500. Fourth through sixth place will receive $100 each, and honorable mentions will receive $50 each.

A driver may submit no more than three photos. Digital images are accepted as long as they are shipped with a print and are 300 dpi or larger. The contest deadline is July 17.

Suggested subjects include truck shots, action photos, shots of children and/or pets with a truck, close-ups of truck parts, views of the road or depictions of life on the road.

Attached to each photo should be the entrant’s name, address and telephone number and company name, address and telephone number. Do not write on the back of the photo; instead, use an address label or a separate piece of paper affixed to the back. Any information about where the photo was taken or about the subject would be appreciated.

Mail contest submissions to:

Truckload Carriers Association
Attn: Photo Contest
2200 Mill Road
Alexandria, VA 22314

Photographs from professional photographers will not be accepted.

The contest is sponsored by S-Line and American Graphics Group. E-mail acirucci@truckload.org or call (703) 838-8859 with any questions. For details, visit this site.

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