Toyota Drivers Can Enter a Chance to Win Up to $1,000 at Hesser Toyota’s Service Center

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Toyota’s Pay My Bill Sweepstakes gives drivers the chance for a free servicing at Hesser Toyota

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Hesser Toyota offers new sweepstakes for drivers to earn up to $1,000.

It’s safe to say that nobody enjoys having to take their vehicle in to get fixed. Whether it’s body work or something wrong with the engine, it can leave drivers feeling helpless without their cars and be expensive to boot. But one Janesville dealership is hoping to make the experience a little more enjoyable by giving drivers the chance to have their service bill be on the house.

Hesser Toyota is one of the many Toyota dealerships participating in Toyota’s new Pay My Bill Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes gives drivers who have their Toyota or Scion serviced at a Toyota Service Center to win up to $1,000 towards their service center bill.

Between now and Feb. 28th, 2019, anyone who has their vehicle serviced at Hesser Toyota can enter to win. All it takes is scheduling a service, which can be done online, visiting the service center and then entering to win by visiting and using the date of service and amount paid to enter.

At Hesser Toyota’s service center, drivers can get a wide variety of services for their vehicle including oil changes, brake adjustments, tire rotation, new batteries and more. Hesser Toyota even offers numerous services for less than $25. Those interested can view these service specials, here.

The Hesser Toyota staff provides these services at such low prices because they don’t just believe in selling people a new car, they believe in helping get the most value out of that car and are there to help whenever drivers need it.

Those that are interested in the Toyota Pay My Bill Sweepstakes can schedule a service online, by calling 608-754-7754 or by stopping by the service center in person at 1811 Humes Road, Janesville.

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