May 14, 2003


Toyota Canada donates 4Runner as grand prize in hospital lottery

Scarborough, Ontario – Jean Marentette was presented with the keys to a new 2003 Toyota 4Runner Limited V8 on Tuesday. The 4Runner SUV was the grand prize in this year’s Rouge Valley Health System Foundation Lottery, which raised money to support the much-needed Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) facility at Rouge Valley Centenary.

Among the dignitaries at Scarborough Lexus Toyota for the presentation
were Ken Tomikawa, President of Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI), Bryan Rowntree,
President of Scarborough Lexus Toyota, and Patricia Vasseur, President of the
Rouge Valley Health System Foundation. This is the sixth consecutive year TCI
has offered the grand prize in the annual fund-raiser.

“Everyone at Toyota would like to congratulate Mr. Marentette for
supporting this important cause, and welcome him into the Toyota family,” said
Tomikawa. “Toyota is very proud to be a member of this community. Corporate
citizenship is a responsibility we take seriously, and it is our privilege to
support the health and well-being of our friends and neighbours in the Rouge
Valley.”

The Rouge Valley Health System is composed of two full service community
hospitals: Rouge Valley Centenary in Scarborough, and Rouge Valley Ajax and
Pickering, in Ajax. Together they serve more than 300 general practitioners
and 180 specialist physicians who provide a full range of services from
paediatrics to geriatric care. Both sites have 24-hour emergency departments.

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