“Are You Ready for the Real World” to Include Street Toyota

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Street Toyota to educate Amarillo teens on life after high school

We want these future high school graduates to know that the automotive industry is an interesting option. The automotive industry is an industry that isn’t going away. People will always drive cars.

Street Toyota will be present at the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce’s “Are You Ready for the Real World?” event on January 18. The event is hosted for high school juniors throughout the Amarillo area to learn about life after high school.

Street Toyota will send several employees to the Amarillo Civic Center where hundreds of high school juniors will gather to learn about career opportunities and suggested degrees in college.

Dave Walker, Public Relations Specialist and Micah Barfield, Service Manager will be on site to help educate juniors on possible educations opportunities through Toyota and career opportunities in the car business.

“We want these future high school graduates to know that the automotive industry is an interesting option. The automotive industry is an industry that isn’t going away. People will always drive cars,” said Walker.

Another program to be discussed is what is known as the T-Ten program with Toyota. This program trains students on how to become high quality technicians and work on some of the leading vehicles in the world.

For more information regarding Street Toyota’s participation in “Are You Ready for the Real World?” contact Street Toyota’s Social Media Manager:

David Meraz
(817)-304-9563

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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