Come see the ‘Airborne Ranger’ at the Monster Truck Winter Nationals

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The Monster Truck Winter Nationals storm into the Rapides coliseum for two giant shows. This is the record breaking show that sold out the coliseum for years before it shut down for renovations.

Back by popular demand, the Monster Truck Winter Nationals is scheduled for two giant shows Feb. 23-24 in Alexandria’s Rapides Coliseum. The show will feature some of the baddest monster trucks on the planet. They include two-time world champion “Equalizer,” “Hot Tamale,” “Venom,” “Buckshot,” “Mighty Monster,” and just added to the line up “Airborne Ranger.”

Airborne Ranger is owned and driven by disabled army ranger Joe Cypher. The truck is modified so Joe can drive and do everything with his hands and arms.

They will compete for $50,000 in cold hard cash. Events will include a wheelie contest, donut contest, and free style. The audience will be the judges! Also you will not want to miss “Transaurus,” the worlds largest transforming, fire breathing, car eating dinosaur. You can also take a ride in a real monster truck before and after the show!

Special VIP tickets are available and include: a lower bowl seat, meet with drivers, take pictures with trucks, get autographs, meet our super hero BATMAN and see his BATMOBILE (kids also get a BATMAN souvenir). Tickets now on sale at the Rapides coliseum, AA Western Wear, leisure travel at Ft. Polk, Ticketmaster.com and at the door as well.