Toyota of Puyallup Participating in National Wear Red Day to Support the American Heart Association and the Go Red for Women Organization During the Month of February

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Toyota of Puyallup will stand in support of the AHA and the Go Red for Women organization by taking part in National Wear Red Day® on Friday, February 5.

A group of Toyota of Puyallup staff wearing red for National Wear Red Day.

Across the United States, February is considered American Heart Month. The month is dedicated to promoting heart health and raising awareness for heart disease. The Go Red for Women organization works to do so through fundraising and its National Wear Red Day® event. Those in the Puyallup area can witness support for the cause at Toyota of Puyallup this February.

Go Red for Women is a charity organization focusing to end heart disease and strokes in women. Stemming from the American Heart Association, the international movement works to raise awareness and support causes to reduce such diseases in women. The American Heart Association uses the revenue from local and national Go Red for Women activities to support education, research and community programs.

Toyota of Puyallup will once again be taking part in National Wear Red Day® this February. The day is marked as the first Friday of every February. This year, the event will be taking place on Feb. 5, as those around the nation will be wearing red to raise awareness and bring attention to heart disease. The dealership will be supporting the cause by participating that Friday by wearing red, as well as supporting the American Heart Association for the entire month of February.

Residents in the Puyallup area are welcomed to join in supporting the cause with Toyota of Puyallup. The dealership invites the community to wear red on Friday, Feb. 5. Those interested can learn more about the dealership and its communal support by going to their website at An associate can also be reached over the phone at 253-286-6000 or found at their location at 1400 River Road in Puyallup.

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