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Valley Hi Toyota’s round 1 of car giveaway ends Wednesday

VICTORVILLE, Calif. ( — On Halloween, Valley Hi Toyota revealed Used Car Giveaway 17 but unveiling a 2006 Toyota Matrix during a Live Facebook Broadcast. Minutes before, the Toyota dealership handed a $1,500 check to James Stocker, board member of the Victorville American Little League. If you remember their equipment was stolen weeks before.

“Lots of treats were given last Wednesday,” smiled Brian Ortega, Creative Director at Valley Hi Toyota. “We found a great car for the next giveaway and asked Brian to get this thing going on ASAP!,” said Used Car Manager, Rodney Martinez.

“Everyone knows we do things differently each contest. This one will include various ways to become a finalist.” Brian went live in the Valley Hi Toyota Friends group page sharing that Wednesday will be that last day to enter this particular comment contest.

“This is for the lazy people out there,” Ortega joked. “All kidding aside, all you have to do is Like our Valley Hi Toyota page and post, “IWANNAWIN” in the comments section of the unveiling video. Can’t get easier than that. Make sure you post it on that video, all other entries in other places will not count.”

The last day to participate in this portion of the giveaway is Wednesday, November 7. Valley Hi Toyota will then announce 4 finalists from the comment contest on Thursday. They also indicated its next opportunity will be for Veterans as were approaching Veterans Day. You’ll be able to nominate yourself or someone you know who is a Veteran. Vets must have a valid California Drivers License. “We thought it was a great way to honor those who serve,” said General Manager Todd Stokes.

Follow Valley Hi Toyota on Social Media to stay acquainted with all their activity; it could change at any moment. The Toyota Matrix will be given away before Christmas. Join the Valley Hi Toyota Friends Group page for exclusive information and helpful hints.

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