Want to own a truck once driven by Billy Currington? Here’s your chance! Ram Truck brand is continuing its Road to the Ram Jam country music series by holding the third of five charity auctions where each participating artist will auction off their 2012 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn truck to benefit a charity of their choice. Fans can bid on Billy’s truck now through March 1.
All proceeds from Billy’s auction will benefit Team Rubicon, which unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with medical professionals to rapidly deploy emergency response teams into crisis situations. “There isn’t a better ride out there than this truck and no better cause than Team Rubicon to help out so please take the five minutes and bid on my truck,” Billy said. For more information on the charity auction and to bid on Billy’s truck, visit www.ebay.com/roadtoramjam.
“We have found that the skills military veterans cultivate on the battlefield are imperative for disaster response work,” Jake Wood, President and co-founder of Team Rubicon said. “Team Rubicon has responded to countless disasters here at home and abroad, and helped thousands of veterans find a new mission after war. The proceeds from this auction will help us continue that mission.”
Last week, Brantley Gilbert’s Ram truck was auctioned off and raised $34,552 for the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. Kellie Pickler’s truck was auctioned off at the end of January and raised $36,200 for the USO Warrior and Family Care program.
As part of the Road to the Ram Jam series, Billy, Brantley, Kellie, Zac Brown Band and Easton Corbin each received a one year lease on a 2012 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn truck. Those trucks will be auctioned off over the next several weeks with all proceeds going to benefit a charity of each artist’s choice. Fans will have two weeks to bid on each artist’s truck.