Dan Smoot, with Operation UNITE, Somerset, spoke about using their Toyota Highlander Hybrid to haul aid to Kentucky's storm victims.  Photo taken on Friday, March 9, 2012 at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. in Georgetown.
Toyota is once again holding its 100 Cars for Good contest this year and will launch it at the Georgetown factory because 11 of the 100 vehicles awarded for free to non-profits last year went to Kentucky organizations. All of the Kentucky award winners were invited to drive their vehicles to the plant to discuss the impact of the program at a news conference announcing the kickoff  of the 2012 100 Cars for Good contest.  Photo by David Perry | Staff
Dan Smoot, with Operation UNITE, Somerset, spoke about using their Toyota Highlander Hybrid to haul aid to Kentucky's storm victims. Photo taken on Friday, March 9, 2012 at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. in Georgetown. Toyota is once again holding its 100 Cars for Good contest this year and will launch it at the Georgetown factory because 11 of the 100 vehicles awarded for free to non-profits last year went to Kentucky organizations. All of the Kentucky award winners were invited to drive their vehicles to the plant to discuss the impact of the program at a news conference announcing the kickoff of the 2012 100 Cars for Good contest. Photo by David Perry | Staff HERALD-LEADER
Dan Smoot, with Operation UNITE, Somerset, spoke about using their Toyota Highlander Hybrid to haul aid to Kentucky's storm victims. Photo taken on Friday, March 9, 2012 at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. in Georgetown. Toyota is once again holding its 100 Cars for Good contest this year and will launch it at the Georgetown factory because 11 of the 100 vehicles awarded for free to non-profits last year went to Kentucky organizations. All of the Kentucky award winners were invited to drive their vehicles to the plant to discuss the impact of the program at a news conference announcing the kickoff of the 2012 100 Cars for Good contest. Photo by David Perry | Staff HERALD-LEADER

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