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27 Dec 2012

Draw the car of your dreams for Toyota

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Draw the car of your dreams for Toyota

Toyota wants to give children the opportunity to develop their interest in cars and understand the importance of dreams. Under the theme 'Your dream car of the future', children and youth up to age 15 may take your drawing to any official dealer network of Toyota Spain until March 8 2013.

The competition is divided into three categories: up 10 years of 10 to 12 years and 13 to 15, where will three winners in each category. These nine winners of the national competition will participate in the representation of Toyota Spain in world competition to be held in April in Japan 2013.

To participate you need to make a drawing on paper size A3 using any material and deliver it to any official dealer network of Toyota Spain along with the registration form.

Choosing winners worldwide will be by a jury led by the President of Toyota Motor Corporation, Akio Toyoda. The winners worldwide will be invited to the awards ceremony to be held in August in Japan 2013.

Awards Toyota national painting competition 'Your dream car of the future'
The three national winners in each category will provide three awards:
First prize: A 360 Xbox console with Kinect sensor
Second prize: tickets 4 Warner Park
Third prize: Drawing materials

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