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Farm Safety Program Hits the Road in Toyota Tundra

November 15, 2009

BIRMINGHAM, AL --- Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. has donated a 2010 Toyota Tundra to the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day Program. 

The full-size, four-door pickup will travel the Midwest, transporting Progressive Agriculture Foundation staff and supplies to farm safety training events, farm shows and other farm safety education opportunities. 

"Toyota and Progressive Ag Foundation share a similar philosophy about the importance of educating the entire family about safety awareness. We are privileged to support the expansion of the Progressive Ag Safety Day Programs as they reach more communities than ever before," said Michael Rouse, TMS vice president of philanthropy and community affairs. 

Toyota is a sponsor of the Progressive Agriculture Foundation and also provides funding for roadway safety education. 

In 2010, the program is expected to hold 385 Safety Day events, reaching more than 85,000 children and adults. The program provides resources that local communities can use to conduct one-day farm safety and health programs that are age-appropriate, hands-on, fun and safe for children. 

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