Social media photo contest kicks off TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s busy move season

All you need is a camera and a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® truck – and maybe a couple movers – to win the summer social media contest, Spot-A-Truck. It’s simple!

Spot a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® moving truck this summer and snap a photo. Submit the photo on TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Panama City’s Facebook page between now and Sunday, July 31, to win two general admissions tickets to the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam. This offer is worth $298, and gets you in for three days of the nation’s best country music stars. When you see our trucks, make sure you seize the photo opportunity!

Get creative! Involve movers, drivers, and even boxes to boost your photo mojo. Entrants can advance by promoting their photos to friends and family and encouraging them to vote. Voting will be open from the end of the contest, July 31. At the end of the contest, the photo with the most likes will declare victory and take the prize. Winners will be announced Monday, August 1.

For official rules, visit our Facebook page!

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the largest franchised moving company both in the United States and internationally. Currently there are more than 280 national locations and 1,800 trucks operating in the U.S.; in total, the company operates 311 locations and 1,900 trucks. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has performed more than five million moves since its inception in 1985. Each location is independently owned and operated, and the Panama City location is one of the fastest-growing franchise locations across the nation. For more information about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® in Panama City, visit our website.


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