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RedsFest Toyota Giveaway

RedsFest to feature Toyota Tundra Opening Day Giveaway

The Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Toyota dealers are once again adding more excitement to Reds Opening Day by giving away a new Toyota Tundra to a lucky Reds fan on the field between innings of the game.

Fans first chance to register to win the truck begins the first weekend in December at Redsfest. Reds COO Phil Castellini will join the Toyota dealers in kicking off the promotion on the main stage at the Duke Energy Center on Friday, Dec. 1 at 5 p.m.

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The full-size Tundra is built in the USA with a bold new look for 2018. It will be a featured part of Toyota's huge presence at this year's Redsfest. In addition to the Tundra promotion, the all-new 2018 Toyota Camry will also be on display. The new American-made Camry features a jaw-dropping new design, in four distinctly different grades, breathtaking performance and the most advanced safety features as standard equipment. Camry has been America's best-selling car for the last 15 years in a row and it's one of 11 different Toyotas built in the USA.

Fans can register for the Tundra Opening Day Giveaway at Redsfest or at one of the six Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Toyota dealers until March 19, 2018. One last chance to register will be at the Toyota booth during the Reds Opening Day Block Party on March 29.

Eight people will win a pair of tickets to the Reds Opening Day Game. The eight will be welcomed onto the field at Great American Ball Park, with one of them winning the Tundra after a spin of the wheel.

This will be the 11th year in which the dealers have given away Toyota Tundras to lucky fans and local charities. The sponsoring dealers are Kings Toyota, Joseph Toyota, Performance Toyota, Beechmont Toyota, Kerry Toyota, and Dry Ridge Toyota. The Reds and Toyota are excited about their ongoing partnership and are expecting record crowds at the convention center for this annual baseball event.

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