Largest Parade of Pickup Trucks: Ram trucks break Guinness World Records record (VIDEO)
ARLINGTON, TX, USA -- Ram truck owners from seven U.S states and Canada helped the Ram Truck brand set a new world record title for the largest parade of pickup trucks, Saturday, April 18, in Arlington, Texas; 451 Ram trucks participated in the "Ram Truck Round-up," breaking the previous Guinness World Records world record of 438 trucks and setting the new world record for the Largest Parade of Pickup Trucks,
according to the World Record Academy.
Photo: Ram Trucks parade near AT&T Stadium while setting a new Guinness World Records title for largest parade of pickup trucks with 451, in Arlington, Texas, Saturday, April 18, 2015. The 'Ram Truck Round-up' was held in conjunction with the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards weekend. Photo: FCA US LLC (enlarge photo)
The Guinness World Records' record for the largest parade of pickup trucks numbered 451, achieved by Ram (USA) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, USA, on 18 April 2015.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest parade of food trucks; it numbered 121 vehicles and was achieved by Generation Food Truck (USA) at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida, USA, on 29 March 2014. Ram truck owners from seven U.S states and Canada helped the Ram Truck brand set a new world record title for the largest parade of pickup trucks, Saturday, April 18, in Arlington, Texas.
451 Ram trucks participated in the "Ram Truck Round-up," breaking the previous Guinness World Records world record of 438 trucks.
"Our hard-working Ram truck owners are passionate and loyal, and today they proved once again that everything is always bigger in Texas," said Robert Hegbloom, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ram Truck Brand, FCA – North America.
"Ram is the fastest growing truck brand in Texas, where trucks are king, and it was great to see 451 Ram owners travel far and wide for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a part of a special record-breaking rally and pickup parade."
The Ram Truck Round-up parade route started on the east side of AT&T Stadium in Arlington and traveled approximately 3.2 miles around the stadium and neighboring Globe Life Park grounds.
Participants in the Ram Truck Round-up parade were treated to a special morning of activities including car-crushing appearances by the Raminator monster truck, music performances by the Austin, Texas-based Midnight Social, appearances by country music artists Kix Brooks, Thomas Rhett and Easton Corbin, and giveaways from Ram brand partners. Participants also received free tickets for the ACM Party for a Cause Festival, taking place at Globe Life Park.