Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Monster experience at Woodland Ram dealer

The 2,000-horsepower Raminator weighs 10,300 pounds and is 10 feet high.   Courtesy photo

Award-winning team offers family fun

WOODLAND — The Ram Truck brand and Hoblit Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are bringing the award-winning Raminator monster truck, driven by Hall Brothers Racing, to the Chrysler Group dealership at 333 Main St. in Woodland.

Check out the Raminator up close and take photos from noon to 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and noon to 8 p.m. Friday, April 26.

Offering a dynamic and family friendly atmosphere, the Ram Truck brand and Hoblit Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram provide a behind-the-scenes opportunity to see this award-winning Ram monster truck first-hand. Fans also can meet the highly skilled driver behind the wheel.

“The new Ram Trucks are simply amazing,” said Hall Brothers Racing president and crew chief Tim Hall. “The team is not only excited about getting these monster trucks on the racetrack, but we love to bring a crowd-pleasing show to local Ram dealerships.”

Weighing in at a car-crushing 10,300 pounds, with more than 2,000 in horsepower and 10 feet in height, the Ram Truck brand-sponsored monster truck team, which includes the Raminator and the Rammunition, are among the most feared contenders on the racetrack.

Since 2002, the Ram Truck brand has proudly sponsored the Raminator and Rammunition monster trucks, owned by Champaign, Ill.- based Hall Brothers Racing. More than a million people attend monster truck events each year and the Raminator and Rammunition have become household names among truck enthusiasts.

When they’re not racing, the Raminator and Rammunition appear at trade shows, farm shows and many other events. For additional information on Ram Trucks, visit www.RamTrucks.com and www.raminator.com.

Special to The Enterprise

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