This weekend Brett and I had the opportunity to go on a hot date to Boots on the Boulevard powered by RAM Trucks. I always love an opportunity to bust out my boots and listen to some country music! Not to mention, it’s pretty rare that we go on a date. Thank you RAM Trucks for such a fun night out and for sponsoring this post!
We started off the night checking into our hotel and checking out all of the different RAM models on display at The Cosmopolitan Hotel.
This truck in particular caught my eye with it’s sleek blacked out style. I have to say, I was really impressed with all of the features in the this truck. I was even able to take it for a spin. I learned that the RAM Rebel raises and lowers at the push of a button with it’s power suspension feature. This is something someone my height can fully appreciate. Up when the husband drives it, down when I drive it. It was so nice and roomy inside, had heated seats, and Michael would have loved the DVD feature in the back. (He LOVES to watch his dog movies anywhere we go.)
After learning that the storage boxes on both sides of the truck bed (AKA the RAMBOX cargo management system) could also be used as an ice chest, I kept envisioning myself driving around while blasting my favorite songs with endless amounts of ice cold cokes in the back. A girl can dream right? But in all reality, what a fun feature!
Once we were done admiring the trucks and hanging out at the Ram tailgate party, we went out to eat at a nice restaurant. (I love trying out new restaurants on date nights!) Then we made our way over to the RAM VIP section at the Boots on the Boulevard concert. I loved seeing everyone all dressed up in their boots and cowboy hats. It reminded me of growing up in Texas and always getting so excited to go to the Houston Rodeo each year.
Cole Swindell was absolutely amazing! (If you’re not good with artist names like me, he sings You Should Be Here, Flat Liner, Chillin It, Middle of a Memory, and Ain’t Worth The Whiskey.) We had such a great night with RAM Trucks at Boots on the Boulevard and I loved every second of it!