To mark Bulldog Magazine’s centennial in January 2020, Mack Trucks is seeking stories from those previously featured in the magazine. Bulldog Magazine’s editors will sift through the entries for the top stories to include in a special article highlighting 100 years of the publication.
“What better way to commemorate this significant milestone than asking readers who have already been part of Bulldog Magazine to reach out so we can revisit their stories,” said John Walsh, Mack Trucks vice president of marketing. “Customers featured in the magazine to date have inspired many others, and we’re taking this opportunity to share how the experience influenced their lives.”
Bulldog Magazine gives readers insight into the products, technology and culture that have kept Mack Trucks at the forefront of the trucking industry for 120 years. It also spotlights innovative and interesting Mack customers, while delivering business information to help fleets achieve greater success.
As part of the 100th anniversary of the publication, the magazine’s editors are currently looking for stories from customers about what led them to be featured in the magazine and the impact it had on them and their businesses, including those who have appeared over several generations or multiple times.
Mack is also seeking an original copy of the first issue of Bulldog Magazine from January 1920 in order to create a high-resolution scan before returning it to the original owner. Anyone sharing the heirloom will receive a gift pack of Mack-branded merchandise in appreciation for their assistance.
Please submit your stories and information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAPTION: To mark Bulldog Magazine’s centennial in January 2020, Mack Trucks is asking readers who were previously featured in the publication to share their stories. Bulldog Magazine’s editors will sift through the entries for the top stories to include in a special article highlighting 100 years of the publication.
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