We've Chosen Our Winners!

We received so many incredible photo submissions, it was tough to pick the winners! Amazing shots of tree care, facility maintenance, glass cleaning, and more from all over the USA, featuring several different models of CMC tracked aerial lifts. After long and careful consideration, we narrowed it down to the three winners:  

1st Place: Tim's Tree Care

Tim Bennett of Tim’s Tree Care in King of Prussia, PA, sent in some incredible shots of their CMC 83HD+ Arbor Pro. We chose this as the top submission for several reasons. Congratulations, Tim!

1) Impressive view: the operator’s point-of-view from the platform station is always a great perspective of a working job site.
2) High quality image: 
the photo was sent with high resolution, clarity, the lift was in focus, nothing was over/under exposed, and the image wasn’t manipulated or edited prior to being sent.
3) Tells a story: it’s clear this was residential tree work. The image shows that the lift was able to drive into the home owner’s backyard and setup next to their pool in tight quarters, and safely perform tree work.

2nd Place: All American Tree Service

David Litz of All American Tree Service in South Lyon, MI, submitted some great photos of their CMC 83HD+ Arbor Pro working. Our favorite among their submissions was this one of the lift set up in a backyard on two different levels.

1) Impressive job site: One of the most important values of a CMC tracked aerial lift is that it gets you into areas that have been previously impossible or inaccessible. This image shows the lift using its full potential, being setup on two different ground levels, and also showcases the extreme vertical up & over reach.
2) High quality image: the photo was sent with high resolution, clarity, the lift was in focus, nothing was over/under exposed, and the image wasn’t manipulated or edited prior to being sent.
3) Proper PPE & safe practices: basket operator is wearing all proper PPE (helmet & harness), and the lift is properly & safely setup on the terrain.

3rd Place: Slaymaker Group

Phil Slaymaker of Slaymaker Group in Washington Boro, PA, submitted this photo that stood out for capturing his CMC 60HD+ going through a narrow gate, as well as up & over some stairs with the help of some heavy duty aluminum ramps.

1) Impressive job site & tells a story: the access to this job site is extremely restrictive, but with the CMC 60HD+ they were able to access this job site where many other conventional lifts could never perform. In addition, the setup area where the outriggers are deployed is extremely compact, showing that having a narrow footprint is essential to difficult access job sites.
2) High quality image: the photo was sent with high resolution, clarity, the lift was in focus, nothing was over/under exposed, and the image wasn’t manipulated or edited prior to being sent.

Thank you to all who participated!

This was a fantastic photo contest. We have received many pictures, and they were even better than the last contest. We’re excited for the next one!

Here are a few things to consider for the next contest:

  1. Is my image high quality? (high resolution, not edited, no dark shadows, focused. If you zoom in, is it clear?)
  2. Are the personnel in the photo wearing proper safety gear?
  3. Ask us if you have questions! (media@allaccessequipment.com)

Honorable Mentions

J&F Tree Service

Can’t beat that view, featuring their CMC 83HD+ Arbor Pro!

Bee and Bee Tree Service

Full send with their CMC 60HD+ Arbor Pro!

Parshall Tree Service

A mirror image with their two CMC 83HD+ Arbor Pro’s.

All Other Submissions