Street Toyota to Volunteer at Annual Chili Cook-Off

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Street Toyota to assist with Make-A-Wish fundraiser

I love knowing that I’m a part of a company that allows me to take part in philanthropic endeavors such as this.

Street Toyota will be competing in the Tri-State Open Chili Championship on Saturday, January 14, 2012. The event will benefit Make-A-Wish and will be held in the Rex Baxter Building on the Tri-State Fairgrounds.

The event is Amarillo’s largest chili cook-off and is considered to be a friendly competition between cooking groups throughout the area. The event is one of Make-A-Wish’s biggest fundraisers and Street Toyota is thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in it.

Street Toyota parts manager and head of the Street Toyota cooking team, Frank Welling loves this event.

“This event is one of my favorite events that we try to take part in every year. I love knowing that I’m a part of a company that allows me to take part in philanthropic endeavors such as this,” said Welling.

Street Toyota will be sending their cooking team to the event, along with multiple servers and judges.

For more information, please contact Street Toyota’s social media manager:

Randi Hudson

Street Toyota in Amarillo, Texas was established in 1982. A new 58,000 square foot facility on 9 acres is now open at 45th and Soncy. This is a state of the art facility and the customer's comfort has been emphasized from the ample parking right down to the gourmet coffee. Street Toyota is the first dealer in west Texas to become Signature Certified.
Street Toyota has been a valuable corporate citizen in the Panhandle area. They provide support to area nonprofit organizations such as United Way, Better Business Bureau, Amarillo Adult Literacy, Harrington Cancer Center, Meals on Wheels, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Amarillo Symphony, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo Little Theater, Lone Star Ballet, Discovery Center, Globe News Center for the Performing Arts, CACHA (Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) and many other organizations.


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