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Enter to win prizes from Ice Road Truckers on The History Channel!


HISTORY's #1 series is headed to Alaska, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle - to where a group of elite truckers face their most perilous journey yet. Chronicling both the incredible challenges as well as the history of this fascinating region, season three of ICE ROAD TRUCKERS premieres Sunday, May 31, 9pm ET/PT. For another chance to win prizes, fans can make a video mash up of their favorite scenes from all three seasons. Visit the official site and join other fans on Facebook.


Grand Prize Winner Will Receive:

* Ice Road Truckers BBQ Grill Set & Apron

* History Channel Laptop Backpack

* Ice Road Truckers Goodie Bag

* Ice Road Truckers Cap


Runner Up Winner Will Receive:


* Ice Road Truckers BBQ Grill Set & Apron

* History Channel Laptop Backpack

* Ice Road Truckers Cap


To enter to win, comment on this post describing your favorite Ice Road Truckers moment! The 2 winners will be selected and notified via e-mail on Thursday, June 11th. Sorry, but U.S. entrants only can be selected as the winners.


Giveaway and photos courtesy of Electric Artists, Inc.

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May 31, 2009 11:03PM EDT

This show is ridiculous, and very underrated, I've only seen a few episodes but I am definitely going to watch the new ones because its real and its reality tv that isn't idiotic. The things these guys do is crazy and it makes for very intriguing situations...

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May 31, 2009 11:17PM EDT

Great SHOW!

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May 31, 2009 11:25PM EDT

My favorite is just the scenery, it's so beautiful. These guys have the most exhilarating job. The danger added to the beauty surrounding them. Amazing show.

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Jun 3, 2009 3:38PM EDT

Wow! The men and women who take on this job are courageous. Not only would I pass out at the thought of having to drive through the dangerous and icy paths, I would do anything to run away from having to do it! Ha!
On the journey through Alaska, to get to the "bread and butter" of the state (oil), these truckers had to pass through 56 miles of deadly and unforgiving territory that nature created. I'm thrilled (both excitement and fear creep into my bones) to watch and experience (to some limit) the adventurous spirit of these men and women!
I love this show.

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Jun 6, 2009 8:10PM EDT

I applaud the ice truckers who journey through the Dalton Highway, risking their lives and well being to supply America's demand for oil. These people are not only courageous but also brave enough to tame the rough and wild terrains of Alaska-attributes that I give precedence to. The danger coupled with the numerous obstacles that face these ice truck drivers compels me to appreciate how lucky I am to live in California. I take for granted a lot of things, while these Ice Road Truckers live in constant danger of sliding off the road, colliding with other truckers, or getting buried alive in avalanches. What truly amazes me is to see everyday people earning a living even if it means risking their lives for the sake of family. These people inspire me to be thankful for what I have. They are average people doing an extremely high risk job to support their family. I will definitely be tuning in to wish them the best and pray that they not fall victim to Alaska's monstrous winds and avalanches. With grades extremely steep, temperatures between -40 to -60, and the never-ending pressure of staying alive, Ice Road Truckers is one intense, thrilling ride that keeps you on the edge of your seats.

My favorite Ice Road Truckers moment was when Jack Jessee, the driver to move the first heavy load of the season, a massive mod, began to slowly climb the dip at 150 miles north. It was exhilarating, heartfelt, and emotional. I was scared for him when the trucker ahead spun out and he had a high probability of breaking loose. His truck’s wheels began to loose traction and started to slip; there was a high risk that he would actually slide down the road backwards without any control, while having 32k pounds dragging him down. Without breaking a sweat, he handles the situation professionally by backing off the power to stop his wheels from spinning, then he precisely feathers out the throttle to keep a forward momentum. I rooted for him and when finally his wheels picked up traction, making a slow but gradual climb; my heart fell into a slight cheer. He overcame the obstacle of spinning out and survived the potential risk of crashing, meanwhile maintaining control over the situation. I was extremely excited to see him make it on time at Deadhorse in one piece. He is doing what he loves and even at high risk for a head on collision, he still drives despite the danger. These are the types of people that truly amaze me.

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Jun 8, 2009 12:41AM EDT

great show. i will continue to watch this show!!!

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Jun 11, 2009 2:07AM EDT

I caught this show the other day and really enjoyed it. OMG is it freezing in Alaska They have to move their loads in the most deadliest conditions. I liked the premeire on May 31, 2009 The truckers have to move their loads and a modular before the snow melts. It is a really interesting show and bring to light a job that most of us are not familiar with and had no clue it existed.

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