Toyota Restarting “100 Cars for Good” Program

We saw Toyota involving in charity donations, food distribution and lots of other philanthropic actions along the way. Now, the Japanese automaker brings back its rewarding program, having 100 new vehicles to give away, one for each charity organization.
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The “100 Cars for Good” nationwide campaign will start taking applications from July 22nd, when each organization can submit one in which they have to explain how a new vehicle would support their work.

"We know there are many local groups that do tremendous things for our community and could benefit from a new set of wheels," said Carmen Marquart, marketing director for Toyota of Tri-Cities in Kennewick. "We want to make sure each are aware of this great opportunity from Toyota."

Applications will be accepted through August 5th, or until 2,500 of them are received. The 250 finalists will be announced on August 19th, after which the public will vote for the winners on Toyota’s Facebook page starting October 1st. Winners can choose between Highlander, Prius, Sienna, Sienna Mobility or Tundra vehicles, each coming with a six-year/100,000 mile warranty.

Story from via Tri-City Herald

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