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What do you think of the Ram Truck Super Bowl Commercial "Farmer" Paul Harvey's So God Made A Farmer.

We were pleased to work with Ram Trucks on this project.

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The response to the God Made A Farmer Super Bowl Commercial has been outstanding.

We will post some of the response on major consumer websites.

CNN

http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2013/02/04/god-made-a-farmer-dodge-truck-ad/

Forbes Magazine

http://www.forbes.com/sites/dalebuss/2013/02/04/chrysler-cites-homa...

Yahoo

http://ca.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/screen-blog/inspiration-dodge-farm...

Most popular farming/agriculture video on Youtube.

God Made A Farmer has over 18 Million video views now.

http://www.farms.com/ExpertsCommentary/ram-trucks-super-bowl-video-...

Good awareness for consumers across the world on where their food comes from.

Thanks,

Joe

Thank you Joe.  It really is a feel good video.

Good clean message.  We need more of them in this day and age.

Congratulations on a job well done.

Joe Dales said:

Most popular farming/agriculture video on Youtube.

God Made A Farmer has over 18 Million video views now.

http://www.farms.com/ExpertsCommentary/ram-trucks-super-bowl-video-...

Good awareness for consumers across the world on where their food comes from.

Thanks,

Joe

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