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Topeka, KS Ram Dealer Proud to Hear Ram Truck Brand Helping With Sandy Relief

Ram Truck helps aid Super Storm Sandy relief by donating several trucks and money to American Red Cross

TOPEKA, Kan., Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Briggs Dodge, a Ram Truck dealer in Topeka, is happy to see that the Ram Truck brand has proudly donated 20, new, Ram 1500 Tradesman trucks and $100,000 to the American Red Cross following the devastation that occurred from Super Storm Sandy.

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These donations from the Ram Truck brand will help the American Red Cross in their effort to aid families, businesses and communities get back on their feet. The Ram Tradesman trucks will be used to move supplies to those in need.

Fred Diaz, Ram Truck and Chrysler de Mexico's President & CEO, talked about their donation to the relief efforts along the Northeastern United States, stating that, "Our hearts go out to those impacted by Superstorm Sandy. We are inspired by their unwavering spirit in this time of adversity, and Ram is proud to support relief and recovery efforts by providing the Red Cross with a team of Ram trucks to support this critical mission."

For more information on how you can help out those in need visit www.redcross.org or simply call 1-800-733-2767. Consumers could also contact Briggs Dodge by visiting BriggsDodge.com or calling (785) 274-5116.

Briggs Dodge carries new Dodge vehicles, and new Ram Trucks in Topeka, KS. Along with their selection of new vehicles in Topeka, Briggs Dodge also carries a wide array of pre-owned vehicles in Topeka, KS as well.

Media Contact: Michelle Clark Briggs Dodge, (785)856-8889, Michelle.Clark@briggsauto.com

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