Marina del Rey Toyota Donates $5,000 to Venice High

The check will support the high school's basketball team.

Marina del Rey Toyota presented a $5,000 check to the Venice High School’s girls basketball team.

Coach Dominick Flores accepted the donation on Jan. 25 that Marina del Rey Toyota has been making for the last eight years. 

"It means so much to us that Marina del Rey Toyota has been able to support our Girls Basketball Team for the past eight years. Their donations have helped to offset the cost of uniforms and travel expenses to away games as well as to purchase equipment,” Flores said in a statement. “Without their support, we'd be scrambling to find the funds to cover these costs. Marina del Rey Toyota is a true friend to us, and Venice High School." 

The donation was part of a nationwide Toyota effort to support community programs.

"As you continue to hear about more and more cut backs that are taking place with our schools, we at Marina Del Rey Toyota wanted to help our local schools with the most charitable donation possible,” Kevin Ray, general manager of Marina del Rey Toyota said in a statement. “I think it's important to keep such activities in the schools. I truly find it a privilege to be able to help support such programs.”

Scott February 06, 2013 at 05:22 PM
Thank you Marina Del Rey Toyota for supporting our local young people! It takes the community getting involved to help ensure our students success.
Jamie Bishton February 06, 2013 at 09:43 PM
We appreciate the "Thank you!" It's important for us to be a community partner. Kevin Ray, General Manager, Marina del Rey Toyota
Luther Higgins February 07, 2013 at 02:00 PM
My 2001 Toyota Tundra has four hundred thousand miles on it and I bought it at Marina Del Rey Toyota.


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