DJ Khaled (left) and acclaimed producer Bryan-Michael Cox at the 2016 Breakfast Club brunch. Created by Cox more than a decade ago, the brunch honors songwriters, producers and other behind-the-scenes music heavyweights for their contribution to the industry. The 2017 event is powered by Toyota Music, a platform created to connect audiences with emerging artists.
Army Sergeant First Class Jeffrey Hackett (in hat), who lost his leg during the war in Afghanistan, stands in front of his new RAV4 Hybrid, donated by Toyota during the opening ceremony of the New York International Auto Show. Standing with Hackett and his family is Jason Keller, Toyota vehicle operations manager.
Toyota is the most highly awarded automaker at the 2016 R&D 100 Awards Banquette near Washington, D.C. Toyota Research Institute, North America (TRI-NA) innovators (left to right) Atsushi Iwai, Shailesh Joshi, Eric Dede, Mindy Zhang, Debasish Banerjee and Toyota Technical Center (TTC) Executive Project Manager Dave Baxter – November 2016
Philly Girls in Motion Founder Beth Devine (left to right), Golfers Recognizing Opportunities for Women, Inc. (GROW) and GROW Girl President/Founder Tracy Pointer and Girls Riders Organization (GRO) Founder Courtney Payne Taylor have been awarded $10,000 grants as espnW and Toyota introduced the fourth class of “Everyday Heroes,” an award that celebrates individuals making a difference for women and girls in their local communities through sports.
Whitney Stewart, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s 2015-16 National Youth of the Year, receives a new Corolla during the Congressional Baseball game, June 23, 2016. (L-R): Damion Tucker, Community Relations Sr. Administrator, Toyota Financial Services; Al Smith, Group Vice President, Service Operations & Corporate Planning, Toyota Financial Services; Julie Teer, Chief Development & Government Relations Office of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America; Whitney Stewart, National Youth of the Year winner; Texas Representative Roger Williams; Pennsylvania Representative Mike Doyle and Ron Gidwitz, Board Chair, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Hot Wheels senior staff designer Bryan Benedict (left to right), Toyota Financial Services CEO Mike Groff, and actor and art collector Cheech Marin, as part of a 12-person panel of judges, help determine the top nine U.S. winners of the 2016 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.
Journalist Dave Kunz (left to right), Hot Wheels designer Bryan Benedict, Toyota Financial Services CEO Mike Groff, and artist John Valadez review artwork by 32 U.S. finalists to determine the top nine U.S. winners for this year’s Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.
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