Easton Corbin #RamGivesThanks 1  copyMercury Nashville recording artist Easton Corbin has partnered again with Ram Trucks for its “#RamGivesThanks” online campaign as part of the Ram Nation grassroots volunteer corps of Ram owners and like-minded people willing and ready to lend a helping hand in their communities, especially throughout this season of praise and thanksgiving.

Corbin, a longtime Ram truck owner, and partner released the first in a series of “#RamGivesThanks” videos as part of the campaign. 
CLICK HERE The video will be released in conjunction with the 90th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® where Corbin will perform “Let’s Ride,” the song he released exclusively for Ram Trucks.  Ram is the Official Truck of the Macy’s Parade and all parade floats are towed by Ram trucks. In the first #RamGivesThanks video, the No. 1 selling recording artist visited a fire station in his home state of Florida to praise the work by delivering a hot meal and saying thank you to the first responders for their service. This was very special to Corbin because his Dad was a law enforcement officer as well as a veteran and his step-brother a police officer.

“#RamGivesThanks” and Ram Nation are the Ram brand’s tribute to hard-working Americans and the story of people who are the backbone of the country.

Ram has partnered with Corbin several times in the past several years. He was one of five country music artists that participated in the Ram Truck brand’s 2012 “Road to the Ram Jam” sweepstakes and concert. Ram Trucks continued to work with Corbin in 2013 as part of the brand’s “Year of the Farmer” initiative highlighting the importance of farmers in America. As a former National FFA Organization member, Corbin made a series of visits and private concerts across the country to thank the hard-working and dedicated FFA members for all they do to further the notion that there’s a “farmer in all of us.”