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SA’s kids enter the Toyota Dream Car Art competition

HAVE A smart kid with an ability to draw?

SA’s kids enter the Toyota Dream Car Art competition

Then he/she must enter the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest that is entering its 13th edition this year.

The competition is only open to SA girls and boys (younger the age 15). It is also open to world contestants.

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is intended to create opportunities for children throughout the world to develop their interest in cars and help them feel the joy and importance of having a dream through drawing pictures of their dream cars.

It was visualised by Toyota President and CEO Akio Toyoda, who wanted to create a platform to teach children to use the power of dreams and imagination as well as stimulate their interest in cars.

The National Contest is held in each participating countries until March 2019.

The top five contestants win prizes on a national level and the top three in each category are subsequently entered into the international competition which is judged in Japan with Akio Toyoda.

Contestants stand a chance to win the following awards for all three categories:

  • 1st Place: PS4 to the value of R7 000 and R8 000 Cash
  • 2nd Place: PS4 to the value of R7 000
  • 3rd Place: Xbox One to the value of R5 000
  • 4th Place: Tablet to the value of R3 000
  • 5th Place: Makro Voucher to the value of R2 000

Schools are also encouraged to partake this year. The school which submits the most valid entry forms stands a chance to win one of the following cash prizes:

  • 1st Prize: R15 000
  • 2nd Prize: R10 000
  • 3rd Prize: R5000

Entries close 1 March 2019.

For details about the history of the contest, please refer to the Toyota Global website: http://www.toyota-global.com/events/dream_car_art_contest/

Entry forms and Terms and Conditions of the competition can be found on the Toyota SA website: www.toyota.co.za

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