More than two years ago, we told you 99 things about North Texas. Since then, a lot has changed. Mainly, we live here now, and have since mid-2015. So here is Part 2 of our 99 more things about North Texas, this time with an emphasis on family fun.
Team members know that respect for people is one of the Toyota Way's primary pillars. A recent flurry of awards suggests the outside world recognizes the company’s commitment to these core values, too.
More than two years ago, we told you 99 things about North Texas. Since then, a lot has changed. Mainly, we live here now, and have since mid-2015. So here are 99 more things about North Texas’ culture, community and food (there’s a lot of food) compiled by the Corporate Communications staff.
Just how big of an impact does Toyota have on the U.S. economy? The answer, amid these changing times, has perhaps never been more relevant than any other time during the company's 60-year history in this country.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas needed a larger hiring pool. So they teamed with a local college to ramp up the GED program. The result? A more educated community and hundreds more qualified candidates.
Here's another example of how Toyota promotes aspiring automotive technicians: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama recently donated more than 300 trial engines to 95 high schools and technical centers in 35 states.
The three founders of the Dan Wolf Automotive Group built a school in 2007 that catered to severely autistic children. That school came to be known as the Turning Pointe CN Day School, working under their Turning Pointe Autism Foundation.
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