ABC 36 Viewer Will Drive Home New 2012 Ram Truck

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/06/2012 9:23 pm
She's holding the lucky key!

A big congratulations to ABC 36 viewer Roberta Rose of McKee.

She's taking home a brand new 2012 wildcat Ram truck.

Rose was one of 36 contestants in the running for a free one-year lease from Bob Allen Motor Mall of Danville.

She had the winning key Tuesday afternoon that started the pickup.

And Rose is definitely revved up about her new ride.

She laughs and says, "I just think about driving this truck through the mountains! You guys might be scared when you find out where it's going!"

Bob Allen says the '36 Keys' giveaway was a big success.

"I tell you, it's great to see somebody win something, isn't it? You know, a big ticket item..And good for her," says Allen.

The other 35 contestants didn't go home empty-handed.

They each won a giftcard for dinner at Eddie Montgomery's Steakhouse in Harrodsburg.
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