BEVINS LINEMEN PHOTO CONTEST
This contest is about showing off. Come on, you know you want to! Give us that look you get when you have to be tougher than the job. We can’t wait to see what look like!
- Consider safety first before taking a photo on the job.
- Take your best clear shot of the lineman/linemen (Group pictures are great too!).
- Follow the rules below.
- Message or post your “Toughest Face on the Job” photo on Bevins Facebook Page or with #LinemanPosterBoy on Twitter, Instagram or Google+.
Winning Categories: Toughest Face, Toughest Job, Judges Pick, Best Use of a Bevins Tool.
Prize: Winning photo(s) will be used in a Bevins Lineman Poster!
- Must be 18 or older.
- Must release Facebook from any liability.
- Must agree that our promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.
- Must NOT show any person or equipment intentionally/or unintentionally endangering any person or property. (No risky behavior.)
- Must NOT show any sexually explicit behavior or suggestion.
- Must be the owner of the photo you submit (no sharing images from other profiles).
- The person in the photo must be easily identifiable as a lineman.
- You are giving Bevins Co. the right to use your image(s) for promotional purposes.
- Contest runs April 17th, 2015 – May 1st, 2015.
- Judges are Rich Bevins and Jonathan Cox.
- Categories: Toughest Job, Toughest Face, Judges Pick, Best Use of a Bevins Tool (Hubbell or CHANCE).
- Winners will be announced on Facebook and our blog no later than July 31, 2015.
Are you ready to show us your toughest face?
As linemen, we know your work is harder than most. In fact, you have one of the most dangerous jobs out there. We know you often spend nights, holidays, weekends and birthdays away from your family. You’re on the scene before the first responders, and you save people from dangerous downed wires, extreme heat, intense cold, and much more.
More and more, people are becoming aware of the job you do and how crucial your work really is. So keep it safe. Hold your family close when you can. And remember, you’re heroes.
We want the world to see it.