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Toyota Helps Paralyzed Veteran Open Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center

During his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, Romy Camargo's patrol was ambushed. A sniper's bullet changed the life of this decorated war veteran and his family. Now, with help from Toyota, Camargo, his family and a strong team of supporters are forever changing the lives of paraplegics and quadriplegics across the country.
 
Camargo and his wife, Gaby, have opened the doors to Stay In Step, a new, non-profit recovery center dedicated to…
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Got Your Eye on Mirai? Let the Countdown Begin!

It's almost here, and California customers will soon be able to request their own Mirai.  And why wouldn't they?

The Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle uses no gasoline and emits nothing but water vapor.  It?s the only zero emission electric vehicle on the market that tops the 300 mile range milestone (an EPA estimated driving range rating of 312 miles, to be exact) and offers an EPA estimated 67 mpge city?
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Toyota Unveils Campus Design for New North American Headquarters

Toyota Motor North America today unveiled architectural renderings of its future North American headquarters, providing new details of the site layout and exterior design of its environmentally sensitive corporate campus. In support of the Company's "One Toyota" vision, the renderings reveal buildings and outdoor spaces designed to create a collaborative environment that encourages discovery, transparency and creativity.
 
To mark the occasion, Toyota also launched the Ever-Better Expedition ? the North American leg of a real-world?
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Toyota Rewards Academic Excellence

Recognizing the many challenges college-bound students face, Toyota awarded tuition support to 22 Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) students from the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to help with their cost of higher education.
 
In partnership with the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing college scholarships to APIAs, Toyota granted 22 scholarships at its fourth annual awards dinner and reception at the Toyota Automotive Museum on…
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Who deserves the TeenDrive365 People's Choice Award?

Sometimes peer pressure can be a good thing. Just ask the teen filmmakers who entered Toyota and Discovery Education's Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge.

Now in its fourth year, the contest invites teens across the country to create short videos to inspire their friends to drive more safely and avoid risky behavior behind the wheel. Today, Toyota and Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, announced the ten finalists chosen from more than 1,000 videos that were submitted this year.
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Mirai Takes the Stage at the National Mall

Fifteen years ago, a little hybrid no one knew rolled onto the National Mall to celebrate Earth Day. That hybrid - the Toyota Prius. Tomorrow, nearing the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, Toyota will return to Washington, D.C., to showcase yet another revolutionary technology, the hydrogen fuel cell electric Toyota Mirai. Toyota has partnered with Earth Day Network to sponsor the Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day celebration, April 17-19, featuring leading environmental voices, government leaders, star-studded performances and a Mirai activation. The celebration marks the beginning of a month of fuel cell features and festivities for Toyota.
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Girl Scouts of the USA and Toyota Financial Services Pave the Way for Girls' Financial Empowerment

Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) today announced a new, multi-year partnership with Toyota Financial Services (TFS), which has pledged $2.1 million to help girls become self-reliant, financially literate, and capable of leveraging their talent, resources, and personal business values to build a stronger economy and healthier communities. When young people understand the value of properly managing personal finances, they are better prepared for the realities of adult life. Yet less than half the states in the U.S. offer financial education in schools. 
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