Sandy Hook Received the Snowflakes

A few weeks ago we decided to send our own hand-made paper snowflakes to Sand Hook Elementary to show respect to the victims of the terrible shooting in December last year. The idea was to decorate the elementary schools to look like Winter wonderlands for when the children came back to school after Winter break.
We all helped to make our own special paper snowflake, all with different patterns, shapes and decorations. Check out our Snowflakes for Sandy Hook photo album to see all the pictures.
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Sandy Hook has now received millions of snowflakes from all over world.

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Customer Testimonial – Mary East

Mary East is a driving school operator and one of Toyota of El Cajon’s many happy customers. She recently bought her third car here at our dealership, a new 2013 Toyota Corolla, and was kind enough to share her thoughts and experiences with us in a short testimonial. Check out the video below to see what she said!

Live Love Last – Tony’s Video

A couple of months ago Mr. Tony Von Dwingelo stopped by Toyota of El Cajon to show us his Toyota truck. The truck was originally bought here and our dealership has reached over 400,000 miles and still runs great, which is why Tony decided to make a video with the slogan “Live Love Last” in honor of  Toyota’s long lasting vehicles.
Go to our Live Love Last blog post to read the whole story

Here is the Toyota Live Love Last video by Tony Von Dwingelo

Mission Completed!

On October 12, the Toyota Tundra completed the mission of towing the 300.000 lbs Space Shuttle Endeavour through the streets of Los Angeles. Check out the video below to see the Tundra in action and visit the Tundra Endeavour website for more info, videos and pictures. Continue reading

Tundra and the Space Shuttle Endeavour

The Space Shuttle Endeavour made its first launch into space in 1992 and completed 25 mission before its last flight in May 2011. This year the Endeavour was transported from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to Los Angeles International Airport, where it arrived on September 21st, after a 3 day long transfer on top of NASA’s Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Continue reading