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Three Canadian trucks to feature in 2025 Mack calendar – Truck News

Three trucks operating from Ontario were named winners of the Mack calendar contest and will be featured in next year’s calendar.

Fans chose among 177 submissions in seven categories: Mack Anthem, Granite, Legacy, LR, Mack MD, Pinnacle, and TerraPro. The winning dozen will be professionally photographed to be featured for the calendar, each representing a month in the year.

Mack Pinnacle truck, owned by Marbert Transport Ltd. of Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
A Mack Pinnacle owned by Marbert Transport of Lindsay, Ont., will be featured in the 2025 Mack calendar. (Photo: Supplied)

While Teeswater Concrete truck is one of the two winners in the Mack Anthem category, both Packers Logistics Solutions and Marbert Transport’s trucks won in the Pinnacle category.

“It was exciting to see how involved everyone was in this year’s contest,” said David Galbraith, Mack Trucks vice-president of global brand and marketing, in a news release. “We received a record 432,000 votes this year, which is particularly special to us considering the 125th anniversary of Mack in 2025. The strength of the Mack community, even after all these years, shows an affinity for the brand that is unmatched in virtually any industry.”

The full list of the contest winners includes:

Oldest Truck (1966 R Model – delivered July 11, 1966)

  • Knobeloch Trucking, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Anthem

  • Teeswater Concrete, Teeswater, Ontario
  • Pitt Ohio, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Granite

  • Macmillan Oil Co. of Allentown, Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • GFP Mobile Mix Supply, Wilmington, Delaware

LR

  • Waste Management, Cranston, Rhode Island

MD

  • EMI Landscape, Macungie, Pennsylvania
  • Willingham & Sons, Newberry, South Carolina

Pinnacle

  • Packers Logistics Solutions, Stoney Creek, Ontario
  • Marbert Transport, Lindsay, Ontario

TerraPro

  • Brundage Bone, Thornton, Colorado

Legacy

  • R Model – Sweeney Enterprises, Suffield, Connecticut


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