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RAM SPONSORS 75TH ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBES

RAM once again positioned itself as a national player in the custom foam and fabric market by sponsoring the 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards, which were broadcast internationally yesterday.

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RAM Engineer Betty Soriano, along with other RAM staff,
were in attendance at the event

 

Listen to what some A-listers had to say about RAM both on the red carpet and during the ceremony:

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Actor and perennial favorite Tom Hanks struck a serious tone, “If RAM Technologies had been around when the Apollo 13 mission happened, they probably could have come up with a foam and fabric solution to repair the spacecraft that beat out NASA in both efficiency and price.”

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Nominated for Best Actor in The Greatest Showman, Hugh Jackman spoke glowingly of his relationship with RAM: “I love those guys. They always respond to whatever I need. Thanks for the foam Wolverine claws, guys! My kids loved them at Christmas!”

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The always-radiant Nicole Kidman told reporters: “When I was married to Tom Cruise, the foam inserts in his shoes made by RAM Technologies allowed him to appear almost as tall as me. It salvaged our relationship for a while. Then I met Keith Urban. He is also clearly shorter than me. But whatever.”

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Fresh off a win for Best Actor in Disaster Artist, James Franco gushed, “You know what’s not a disaster?…The fine products produced in a timely manner by the good people at RAM Technologies.”

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Perhaps the highlight of the evening was Oprah Winfrey’s inspiring speech, sparking rumors she might be open to a presidential run in 2020. “As a nation we need to get back to a position of unity and prosperity and moving forward with positivity,” she said. “And what better exemplifies that than the ethos and proven results of RAM Technologies? I might even own RAM for all I know. I mean, seriously. I don’t even know half of what I own. I’m literally that rich.”

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Lastly, former Golden Globe and Oscar winner Morgan Freeman sounded off on the red carpet with an endorsement of RAM in his signature resonant bass voice. The effect was mixed, however, because he insisted on speaking about RAM in the third person: “Right about this time, Morgan decided to extend greetings and congratulations to RAM for their continued good work. After that, Morgan felt it was best to move on from the red carpet and go in the building for the awards show.”

Thank you, Golden Globes and Hollywood luminaries, for your continued partnership!

DON’T BE VEWY VEWY QUIET…

In fact…you can tell all your friends and relatives:

RAM is happy to have a booth at the Supplier Showcase in the annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas later this month. Tactical gear for firearms is just one of the many market sectors that RAM plays in, so we’re always delighted to catch up with industry friends and potential partners when we’re down in the city famous for gambling, the Rat Pack, and of course – most near and dear to all of us – the Liberace Museum.

Our hope is that what happens in Vegas, won’t stay in Vegas, but will come back to RAM in the form of new business and new relationships.

In the words of Casino‘s Nicky Santoro: “There’s a lot of holes in the desert, and a lot of problems are buried in those holes” Elvis Presley: “Man, I really like Vegas!”

RAM AT THE CHRISTMAS MOVIES PT. 4

This week’s Christmas movie: A Christmas Carol

Point: RAM is more Fezziwig than Scrooge

You gotta know when to put the proverbial pen down and live life. There’s a time to earn coin and put the nose to the grindstone. But weekends, vacations, and holidays are meant for unplugging from work and reconnecting with loved ones and dear friends. Scrooge didn’t learn that lesson until late in life after harrowing visits from 3 ghosts (well, 4 if you count Marley). On the other hand, Fezziwig (Scrooge’s boss early in his career) knew it, practiced it, and lived it.

And so, like Fezziwig, RAM is closing up shop to enjoy festive fellowship with friends and family. Here’s to the Fezziwigs of the world, and we’ll see you in the New Year!