What Does Reo Speedwagon Stand for?


REO Speedwagon is a rock band from Illinois, USA that rose to fame in the 1970s and rose in the 1980s as one of the most famous field rock band in America at the time. They got their name from the 20th Century truck producer of the Speedwagon model known as Ransom Eli Olds (REO), which was used for fire engines. The band has produced many songs and albums including 'take it on the run', 'can't keep this feeling and 'keep on loving you'.
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An REO Speed wagon is a flatbed truck, first built in the early 1900's, and the letters R.E.O. are the initials of Ransom Eli Olds. REO Speed wagon took its name from the REO Speed Wagon, a truck manufactured by the REO Motor Car Company.
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