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Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s [TKM] employees donate one-day’s salary to Karnataka and Kerala Chief Minister’s Relief Fund

Bangalore, October  2018 – Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) recently handed over contributions to Hon’ble Chief Minister of Karnataka Shri H. D. Kumaraswamy and Hon’ble Chief Minister of Kerala Shri Pinarayi Vijayan for rebuilding Kodagu District (Karnataka) and parts of Kerala post the recent flood and landslides.

This voluntary initiative along with the Toyota Group companies, Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s dealer partners and employees amassed strong support for swift relief activities currently being undertaken by the authorities.

As a responsible corporate citizen, Toyota has always been at the forefront of supporting the society in addressing critical social concerns. Further to the assessment of the on-ground realities and magnitude of the devastation, Toyota Kirloskar Motor jointly with its employees, opened the collection drive, who wholeheartedly coming forward to donate a day’s salary along with the company contributing an equal share to the affected regions.

In order to aid the Karnataka and Kerala flood victims, Toyota Kirloskar Motor extends needful support in terms of car repair. Some of the key highlights of such initiatives were:

– Priority vehicle repair
– Free roadside assistance [doorstep pick-up and drop of repair vehicles] – Discounts on spare parts and labor charges
– Free car spa [includes interior and exterior car treatments] – Additional benefits for new car sale [total loss vehicles owing to the disastrous flood scenario]

Toyota stands with the states of Karnataka and Kerala and pray for the prosperity and restoration of normalcy during these difficult times, wishing speed recovery of the affected regions.

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