Toyota first came to the U.S. in 1957, when they opened a dealership in Hollywood, California. That year just 287 customers purchased the "Toyopet Crown," their first vehicle sold here. More than a half century later, their story in America includes ten plants across the U.S. that produce over a million and a quarter vehicles a year. It's a story of 39,000 jobs and charitable commitments totaling over $700 million to support safety, education and the environment in America.
Their story also extends to things you probably never guessed, like rebuilding the visitor center at Yellowstone National Park or earning more patents in a single year than any other automaker. Or Apple. Or Google. It's about sharing their manufacturing and managerial know-how with nonprofits and community partners across the country so they can help more people, more quickly - such as the St. Bernard Project in New Orleans, which is rebuilding homes after Hurricane Katrina, and Food Bank for New York City.
They know that what you drive is personal. It's fitting then that their story is also about a team of people who put their skills and dedication to work each day for the good of families, communities and roads.
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