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Have a Ram truck?

Like to go hunting?

Like to feed the hungry too?

Well, Ram has a made a new campaign that is just for you then. The ad campaign features hunters and Ram trucks, and also promotes Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, an organization that enables hunters to donate part of their hunt to the less fortunate.

“Some of Ram’s most passionate fans are huge hunting enthusiasts,” said Bob Hegbloom, Head of Ram Brand, FCA - North America. “Truck owners and outdoor enthusiasts are always willing to lend a helping hand, which is why Ram is heightening awareness of one of the ways they can give back to their local communities this time of year.”
No Rebel in the ads, but still worth the watch, and some of you may be interested in the charitable cause.


Ram Launches New Charity Campaign, Says Hunting Could Save the Country?s Hungry - Videos - autoevolution
 

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I am. Been out 3 times with it, and heading out for 5 days tomorrow with it.. So far, it's not given me good luck :), but it's a blast to drive off the road and pulls the camper great.
 

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I don't hunt anymore. But the season is in full swing in Illinois, depending on your game. Deer season (archery) started last month. Firearms hunting for deer is still 10 days away. Both end in January.

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Is the Rebel particularly good as a hunting vehicle, or is it just as good as most trucks that you could buy?
 

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I don't but it's something i always wanted to get into. RAM targeting the hunting community like this was a smart move, but that makes me question what is the most popular make and model of truck hunters use... is it RAM or is someone topping them.... Ford?
 

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I don't but it's something i always wanted to get into. RAM targeting the hunting community like this was a smart move, but that makes me question what is the most popular make and model of truck hunters use... is it RAM or is someone topping them.... Ford?
I would assume that it follows the same popularity as the regular truck market, which would have Ford leading. Specific models coiuld be more suited to hunting though, based on things like camouflage, off-road ability, and other things like that.
 

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Oh I hadn't really thought of the angle you got there. Thats a cool picture. And the fall leaves all around also add to the pic nicely.
 
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