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Winner of 'Dig My Rig' to win $1,500 and year's worth of pork rinds

The winner in Rudolph Foods’ “Dig My Rig” contest will received $1,500 and a year’s supply of pork rinds from the company, which is the world’s largest manufacturer of pork rinds. (The Trucker file photo)

The Trucker News Services

8/11/2014

LIMA, Ohio — There’s still time to enter Rudolph Foods’ “Dig My Rig” contest that is part of the company’s celebration of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week in September.

Rudolph Foods, the world’s largest manufacturer of pork rinds, is paying tribute to truck drivers across America by asking them to submit a photo of their rig for a chance to win $1,500 and a year’s supply of pork rinds.

The campaign will be supported by brands that include Rudolph’s, Southern Recipe, Pepe’s and Lee’s Pig Skins.

Details of the campaign can be found on PorkRinds.com. 

Truck drivers can enter the contest thorough Aug. 17 by submitting a photo of their rig, inside or out, to be voted as one of the best rigs on the road.

Photos can be submitted via Facebook or a photo uploader on PorkRinds.com.

On Aug. 18 a panel of experts will choose the top eight submissions and consumers will then be asked to vote for their favorite rig on Facebook.

Voting will take place from Aug. 20-Sept. 20 on both the Rudolph Foods and Southern Recipe Facebook pages, and Rudolph Foods website.

The winner will be announced Sept. 22. Additionally, those who vote will be entered into winning daily prize giveaways throughout Truck Driver Appreciation Week on Facebook at Facebook.com/RudolphFoods and Facebook.com/SouthernRecipe.

“We salute these men and women who are at the very foundation of our company and our dinner tables,” said Mark Singleton, vice president sales and marketing at Rudolph Foods. “Hosting a contest for truckers to show off their rig for a chance to win cash and a crunchy road-time snack is our way of saying thank you.”

Singleton said members of the community, Facebook fans, friends and family of truck drivers across America are encouraged to follow along with the campaign using hashtags #TruckDriverAppreciationWeek and #TruckDriver, in addition to voting for their favorite photo.

The Trucker staff can be reached to comment on this article at editor@thetrucker.com.

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