Washington Toyota Dealers Praised for Charitable Work | Edmunds

Washington Toyota Dealers Praised for Charitable Work


Just the Facts:
  • Toyota of Kirkland and Toyota of Tacoma were praised for their recent charitable work by Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz.
  • Toyota of Kirkland recently donated $10,000 to Evergreen Health Medical Center to support the purchase of 3-D mammography equipment.
  • Toyota of Tacoma helped to make a special delivery to Operation Ward 57.

KAUAI, Hawaii Toyota of Kirkland and Toyota of Tacoma were praised for their recent charitable work by Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz.

Lentz spoke to the Washington State Auto Dealers Association 2014 convention here on Saturday.

"One of the most exciting things about the auto business is the work all of us do — dealers and automakers — to enrich the lives of people and the communities where we do business," Lentz said. "You provide an invaluable service to customers and communities and make us all very proud to be in the auto industry. Thank you for making a difference."

Toyota of Kirkland recently donated $10,000 to Evergreen Health Medical Center to support the purchase of 3-D mammography equipment. The dealership also conducted a Breast Cancer Awareness promotion that raised an additional $5,500.

Toyota of Tacoma helped to make a special delivery to Operation Ward 57 as part of Toyota's "100 Cars for Good" program.

Operation Ward 57 is an organization supporting wounded warriors, their families and caregivers by providing items that assist in recovery, maintenance and morale. The organization received a Sienna mobility access van from Toyota.

Edmunds says: Some well-deserved praise for two stellar Toyota dealerships in Washington.

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