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Special Toyota Storm Relief Program

June 6, 2013

Toyota of Muskogee just announced storm relief program due to recent tornado damage across Oklahoma and the Midwest.

Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) June 06, 2013

Toyota of Muskogee just announced that effective immediately, Toyota is providing a special storm relief program to victims of the recent devastating tornadoes across Moore, Okla. and the greater Oklahoma City area.

The special Toyota storm relief program has been enacted to help those affected by the recent storms to regain lost or damaged vehicles. The program includes no payments for 90 days on every new or certified pre-owned Toyota in Toyota of Muskogee´s inventory.

“We are pleased to help with relief efforts in any way possible to all of those affected by the devastating storms across Oklahoma,” said Toyota of Muskogee General Manager, Rick Hamm. “We realize that the recovery process is long and can be excruciating on many levels. So we want to do our part by helping victims get back into a vehicle as quickly as possible.”

The storm damage that swept through Oklahoma in May destroyed many lives and homes. Toyota of Muskogee was spared damage, and is in a position to respond quickly in recovery efforts across Oklahoma.

For additional information on the Toyota of Muskogee special storm relief program, contact Megan Latham or visit http://www.ToyotaofMuskogee.com. The storm relief program is available immediately at Toyota of Muskogee.

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Strong, LLC, based in Birmingham, Ala., is one of the fastest growing automotive marketing and advertising agencies in the country. Through the relentless pursuit of excellence Strong, LLC has been successful in driving next day traffic for dealers and dealer groups across the country for more than 35 years.

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Megan Latham, Senior Account Executive

Strong, LLC

205.313.4032

http://www.StrongThinking.com

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