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Guess The Big Game Score For a Chance to Win a Car

( Are you ready for the Big Game on Sunday? Valley Hi Toyota’s General Manager Todd Stokes is, as he is a big Peyton Manning and Denver Broncos fan. Brian Ortega, Social Media Marketing Manager, on the other hand, thinks the Carolina Panthers will pull off the victory. Either way, Valley Hi Toyota’s Facebook fans are the big winners.

“I was able to convince Todd it’s about time we have Used Car Giveaway #12. Since we like to call an audible every now and then, we made this contest focus around the Super Bowl,” said Ortega.

Anyone who likes their Facebook page (click here to LIKE Valley Hi Toyota) and enters the winner and final score in the comments section of the announcement video will automatically become a finalist to win a car. Final comments will be accepted until 3 pm on Sunday before the game. “I love sports and if anyone has the skill to guess the winner and the score, well I think they deserve the opportunity to join our Used Car Giveaway finalists come March,” says Stokes.

Valley Hi Toyota will be moving temporarily into the building next door as they prepare to demolish and build a new dealership where they are currently located. “We’re excited to build a modern, state-of-the-art car dealership in the High Desert. The newly paved parking lot on the corner of Valley Center Drive and La Paz Dr. is just the beginning,” continues Stokes.

Officially, the contest begins on Monday, Feb. 8. “If you had entered a Used Car Giveaway contest before, you must enter again. And once again, it’s beneficial to share with others. I always anticipate when this giveaway begins,” says Ortega. “It brings joy and hope within our community. Our last winner gave her car away to her daughter for Christmas!”

Enter the Big Game winner and score by 3 pm on Sunday, February 7th to enter to be an automatic finalist if you guess correctly. As always Valley Hi Toyota has super savings on new and pre-owned inventory. Pure Pricing remains on all Scion vehicles despite the recent news that current Scions will be moved into Toyota inventory in the Fall.

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