Thursday, May 16, 2013
Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad receives large donation from local dealership.
With an ongoing effort to pay for recent renovations to their facility on New Road, the Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad received a helping hand from a local business earlier this month. Dayton Toyota celebrated its grand re-opening by making a $5,000 donation to the squad, which is running a capital campaign to help pay for the estimated $250,000 renovations to the New Road facility. The renovations included a roof replacement due to leaking that regularly flooded the ambulance bay, reconfigured bay doors allowing larger vehicles to fit inside, a small room to allow for cots so volunteers can sleep when serving during overnight hours and emergencies, and modern bathrooms with a shower so volunteers can reduce risk when exposed to …
Friday, January 4, 2013
The Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad donated a used ambulance to the Hurricane Sandy ravaged Moonachie EMS, while Dayton Toyota donated $5k to the squad.
The holiday spirit in South Brunswick was truly embodied by the Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad last month, as they displayed their generosity for another squad in need while at the same time being aided by an altruistic township business. KPFARS donated a used ambulance last month to the EMS squad in Moonachie, which was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. The donation also included some basic EMS equipment and supplies for Moonachie, which lost its ambulance during the storm. "Their entire community was wiped out. They lost buildings, ambulances, supplies, and their police and fire departments got wiped out when their levy broke," said KPFARS Captain Ray Weis. "We have agreements with other squads on more local responses, but we all …
Monday, December 10, 2012
Test drive a new Avalon and Dayton Toyota will donate $20 to the Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad.
With the Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad needing help to pay for much needed renovations to their New Road facility, Dayton Toyota on Route 130 is answering the call. Dayton Toyota approached KPFARS and offered to contribute a minimum of $2,500 toward the building capital campaign. They have offered to donate $20 for every test drive of the redesigned Avalon to the squad with a minimum of $2,500. They have also been approved by Toyota, as part of their matching gifts program, for an additional $2,500 for a total of $5,000. The estimated $250,000 renovation project included a roof replacement due to leaking that regularly flooded the ambulance bay, reconfigured bay doors allowing larger vehicles to fit inside, a small room to …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Family Fun Sale will see one person walk away with a free car.
A free car may sound too good to be true, but as one woman found out earlier this year, Dayton Toyota's free car giveaway is no gimmick. On June 2, Somerset resident Neschelle Martin won a car for her daughter at the dealership's Extravaganza Bonanza event. On Saturday, someone else will have the opportunity to share in the same kind of luck. As part of Dayton Toyota’s Family Fun Sale this weekend, attendees can register to win a free car that would've been a loss for the dealership anyway. The event allows the dealership to pass along savings on cars that were to be sent to auction, according to Finance Manager Derek Kochie. "We have some cars that are going to go to auction anyway and we'll lose money on that, so instead of losing money…
Monday, July 2, 2012
Getting cut in line for a ticket to a free car giveaway pays off for Somerset woman.
When Somerset resident Neschelle Martin attended Dayton Toyota's Extravaganza Bonanza event on June 2, she hoped at the very least to find some leads on a new car for her daughter. But thanks to a lucky coincidence, Martin was able to walk out of the dealership with much more than a lead. "I've been looking for a car for my daughter because she's in college and just got her license in February," Martin said. "She works hard and I've been trying to get a car for her but we didn't have the funds. So we saw an ad for the giveaway at Dayton Toyota and said okay, we'll check it out." Martin, her mother and fiancé attended the event and like many others, got in line to get a ticket for the free car giveaway. But while standing on line waiting to…
Friday, February 24, 2012
Money from Dayton Toyota will go towards events like the Women’s Leadership Conference.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Since its beginnings in 1959, Dayton Toyota has been dedicated to excellent customer service and helping the local community. Dayton Toyota recently made a generous contribution of $5,000 to the South Brunswick Commission on Women. President of Dayton Toyota, Mr. David Nappa, said, “We are so honored to be a part of this program. When the South Brunswick Commission on Women came to us for support, we volunteered to help without hesitation. At Dayton Toyota, we will do anything we can to encourage the youth of South Brunswick to become independent, positive influences in the community.” The money from Dayton Toyota will go towards events like the Women’s Leadership Conference; this year marks the 15th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference …