Toyota to Present Additional Donations to Aid in Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts<7203.T>

Wed Feb 27, 2013 9:02am EST

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BAY HEAD, N.J.,  Feb. 27, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --


As the 5-month anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches, Toyota will make a
significant donation in support of ongoing relief and recovery efforts in some
of the areas worst hit by the storm. The company will donate the use of a
4Runner to  Bay Head's  Saint Paul's United Methodist Church to aid in
transportation and local cleanup. Another 18 Toyota vehicles will be donated to
the region's American Red Cross to support with relief transportation for one
full year. The donations are equivalent to more than  $100,000  in monetary
contributions and are in addition to a  $1 million  donation made by the company
to support Sandy relief efforts last year.  

Registered attendees of the event are invited to a light lunch once the program
has concluded.


* Rev.  Scott Bostwick,  Saint Paul's United Methodist Church, Pastor  
* Nancy Orlando, American Red Cross, Regional CEO for Southern N.J.   
* Dennis Lauzon, Greater NY & NJ Toyota Dealer Association, President  
* Steve Haag, Toyota, Assistant General Manager for the New York Region


The event will take place at  Saint Paul's United Methodist Church in  Bay Head,
N.J.  (423 W. Lake Ave.,  Bay Head, N.J.  08742).


The event will begin at  10:30 a.m. ET on Friday, March 1.   

Media Contact:

 SHIFT Communications for Toyota                        
Justine Navaja: 646-756-3702;  

SOURCE  Toyota Motor of N.A., Inc.

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