Legendary rock band the Foo Fighters have partnered with RAM, marking one of the largest business partnerships in the band’s history. The partnership is determined to remind people of everyday “rock stars”, including parents, teachers, and friends, shining a light on the heroics of those around us.
Dave Grohl, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the Foo Fighters, as well as the former drummer for Nirvana, is aiming to blur the line between being a rock superstar and an average joe. Before the partnership with RAM, Grohl had used RAM vehicles consistently duringthe early years of his music career. Grohl’s fondness for RAM has not faded, as the manufacturer has always reached out to help struggling musicians. The manufacturer has donated vehicles to small bands in the past and has collaborated with many different rock and country artists, including Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert, and Eric Church.
Stellantis’ Global Chief Marketing Officer Olivier Francois has high hopes for the
partnership, and fully expects to be collaborating with the band much more in the future. For the Foo Fighters, the partnership is a way to show their appreciation for the loved ones that impacted and shaped their love of music and who they are today. For more information regarding the partnership, visit the Stellantis website at https://www.stellantis.com/en