Surprise for Family That Survived South Carolina Flooding

The "Ram Nation" project surprised the Marsha family with a new truck after the family was hit hard by the devastating flooding in their state.
2:57 | 11/04/15

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tonight and your partnership with ram truck. Tell me about that. You know, I've driven a ram for some time and my daddy was a coal miner and always drove a ram. Use them as work trucks and, you know, just kind of a family thing and we partnered up and we have the ram traveler series and they just -- it's about families handing things down from one to the other. There's also something called ram nation. I want to explain to you. The ram nation project recruits ram truck owners to come to the rescue after natural disasters during the devastating floods here in South Carolina, last month, they joined forces with the first response team of America to help hard-hit families like the marshas, take a look. Many here are wake up to scenes like this one. This entire state really reeling from these devastating floods. We haven't seen this level of rain in the low country in a thousand years. That's how big this is. Reporter: And just like that, Michael Marsha's business forest lake fabrics knocked away. It knocked about a three-car garage hole in the back of my store. It really pushed everything to the front, blew out the windows and there's fabric, I'm going to say 500 or 600 yards up in the woods across the treat from my store. Reporter: The ram nation project joining together with the community to help clean up. These kids, I'm telling you, they did it in four hours. It was very moving. It was the most godly thing I've ever seen. Reporter: But the marshas still have a long road ahead. So there's the marshas' story and here are the marshas. So night to meet I all. What a treat to be at the cmas and to meet Chris Stapleton. Yes, also. If that wasn't good enough I believe Chris may have a little surprise for you. Yes, I do. On behalf of ram trucks, we want to present you with a ram pro master van to help you. Right over there, guys. Get back on your feet. It's a start of getting you back on your feet. Thank you. That is awesome. Thank you. That is incredible. Thank you. Thank you. I don't know what to say. This has been a tough month for the city of Columbia and for the state of South Carolina and even though y'all put us on the stage, this is all about our state. We've been hit with a storm with no name. We need help. We need help from the charitable people of this country to help get us back on our feet. Yeah. And the way we can do it is if you can go to my website and my Facebook page forest lake fabrics and Copeland dress stores and pick a charity or a social organization that can help us, we appreciate it. Hey, we appreciate you. We're rooting for you. We are a thinking about all of you in your great state and, Chris, we want to say thank you for partnering up with ram. Thank you, guys. The logo on it ready to go. Thank you. First before you're back to business, enjoy the show tonight.

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