It was a day that united Toyota and Lexus dealers from across the country around a single cause: to distribute food to thousands of people in need.
The Toyota Lexus Minority Owners Dealership Association hosted the National COVID-19 Day of Service on May 22.
The TLMODA partnered with the Salvation Army to distribute more than 4,800 packages of food in 24 communities.
Marysville Toyota in Washington was among the stores helping to package and donate food boxes.
"We wanted to reach out and let people know that we indeed care about what is going on in our society," owner Jim Colon said.
During the Day of Service event 230 boxes of food were given away at Marysville Toyota.
Dealership activities such as the Day of Service complement the Japanese automaker's wider virus-fighting campaign, which it has dubbed #USAGAINSTCOVID.