How Many Ram Trucks Does It Take To Win The World Record For The Largest Parade Of Trucks?

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Um, a lot?

Last weekend, a new world record was set. No human lives were put at risk, but it did involve pickup trucks. As part of its regular effort to promote the brand, Ram Trucks organized the largest parade of pickup trucks in once place. All told, 451 Ram truck owners converged in Arlington, Texas, for the “Ram Truck Round-up.” The event was held in conjunction with the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards and customers were invited from throughout the country. Owners arrived from seven US states and Canada.

The 451 Ram trucks took part in a parade that started on the east side of the AT&T Stadium and traveled approximately 3.2 miles around said stadium and the neighboring Globe Life Park grounds. Guinness World Records has officially certified the event and it’s now in the books.

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