Ram Nation to Help Texas Flood Recovery Tomorrow
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles today announced that Ram Nation, a collection of drivers of Ram trucks dedicated to helping those in need, will take to the storm-damaged areas of Texas tomorrow, including Wimberley and San Marcos. The drivers’ main mission will be to deliver supplies, but they will also be there to serve whatever use they and their trucks can provide as the towns still cope with the devastation they have faced.
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The trucks will start out at a Texas Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership, where they will load up on supplies. Then they’ll take to the devastated areas to deliver food, water, and cleaning supplies. They will also aid in home site recovery.
Tad Agoglia, who founded First Response Team of America, is responsible for directing this effort and leading the herd of Ram trucks into the belly of the beast. Just last week, Ram Truck and the FCA Foundation donated $100,000 to the First Response Team of America in relation to the recent flooding.
We at The News Wheel wish good luck to the men and women helping out tomorrow; the people of Texas and the United States are grateful for their volunteer work and commitment to hope.
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