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At Ram, we’re proud of the reputation our trucks have earned in the agricultural industry. We’re also proud to be unflagging supporters of the American farmer. On Oct. 2, at Miller Park in Milwaukee; that pride was married to righteous guitar licks with our sponsorship of “Farm Aid 25: Hope for a Growing America.” All told, over 975,000 TV sets, 35,000 concert goers, and 14 musical guests joined original Farm Aid organizers, Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, and Neil Young to raise a staggering $37 million. All of the proceeds will go directly towards the support of family-run farms, and the Ram Truck brand was thrilled to be a part of the massive effort.
“Ram Heavy Duty Truck customers use their trucks as work vehicles, many of which are used by family-run farms and hard-working people within the agricultural industry,” said Jeff Kommor, Midwest Business Center Director, Chrysler Group LLC. “The Ram Truck brand is proud to be the official vehicle of ‘Farm Aid 25: Growing Hope for America,’ and we appreciate the hard work and dedication that the American family farm delivers day in and day out.”