Another year; another unique bracket challenge from Schneider!
This year, we’re proud to launch a photo contest, allowing you the chance to both compete to be the winner and to vote on the winner — with a great prize package on the line.
Photo contest bracket – vote in our daily photo match-ups
Schneider associates have selected 16 photos from the entrants to participate in the bracket, and the initial match-ups have been seeded at random within regions. Every weekday during the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, we’ll post a Facebook poll pitting two photos against each other. You decide the winner, all the way to an ultimate champion winning the prize package above!
- Start: March 19, noon CT
- End: April 9, noon CT
We’ll update everything right here throughout the bracket challenge. Here’s a bracket to follow along:
Photo contest entry – submit your best Schneider truck shot
Editor’s note: This portion of the contest is over, but we’re keeping it here for reference, including the prize package details.
It’s simple. To enter, post a photo you took that includes a Schneider tractor in the comments section of the official contest post on our Schneider Truck Driving Jobs Facebook page, along with at least the city and state the photo was taken in. Add any other info you’d like, too!
This contest is open to both Schneider associates and non-associates — just meet the eligibility rules linked below.
Another year; another unique bracket challenge from Schneider.Posted by Schneider Truck Driving Jobs on Monday, February 25, 2019
- Start: Feb. 25, noon CT
- End: March 8, 11:59 a.m. CT
Prize package valued around $100 includes:
- A Schneider branded zip-up hooded sweatshirt
- Tote bag
- Ride of Pride military tribute truck coins
- Schneider sticker
Taking photos of a truck — good. Driving a truck — better.
If you’re interested in starting a truck driving career with Schneider, now is a great time to make the move. Check out what’s available near you.
Do you have any questions about the photo contest? How about any predictions for the NCAA Tournament? Comment below.