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Enter winter trucking photo competition, win cash

While Truckers News' monthly photo contests have gone on hiatus, the folks at job placement organization Truckers America have picked up the torch and are offering a cash incentive for haulers who can enter with the best winter trucking photo you have. With a snowy system passing through the Midwest and bearing down on the East Coast today, I imagine some of you might now have great opportunities to use your cameras to show "how ...

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Prize-winning trucking photo, very happy geese at Wyoming TA

In April, Robinson Transport driver Bob McGilvray claimed his second top spot in Truckers News' monthly photo challenge with this shot, "Bedtime at Sideling Hill Plaza," taken on a quiet night at the Sideling Hill service plaza on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last summer. I wrote about the big win here in Truckers News. (This month's contest, open through end of day May 31, asks for pictures of "Birds and barns," not necessarily in that order ...

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One week left in Sept. Truckers News photo contest

The contest asks for pictures of "Truckstop scenes," such as this night shot I took in the early a.m. Wednesday, at a Georgia Pilot on the way back from Atlanta with Western Express driver Derek Dorsey. The prize, in addition to publication in Truckers News, will be something of a "field guide" to the basics of shooting, by Bryan Peterson, founder of the Perfect Picture School of Photography, www.ppsop.com. It's "Understanding Photography Field Guide: How to ...

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Colorful codriver, trucking blues, health care reform and more in this month’s Truckers News

If you've missed the May edition of Truckers News on the racks out at the truckstops this month (I know copies in the more popular stops tend to go quickly), check it out online. Many great stories therein, including an examination of the health-care reform bill (the upshot: jury's still of course out on how the bill will affect the benefit programs of trucking businesses large and small, though parties from both are hopeful) and ...

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