The partnership will see Toyota Ireland specifically showcase the latest generation of hybrid models across their range of vehicles. Bloom is recognised as Ireland’s premier gardening, food and family event, the perfect fit for both brands.
Toyota are the acknowledged pioneers of hybrid technology, with over 8 million vehicles sold worldwide, and is now available across six models within the Toyota range in Ireland, including the new RAV4, Auris and Yaris.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Bord Bia as they celebrate a landmark tenth year of Bloom in 2016. We’re excited to be part of this fantastic event which provides a great way for Toyota to showcase our leadership in hybrid technology. Over the last 16 years, thousands of people have discovered that hybrids are not just better for you, but for your family and future. Our aim is to educate visitors at Bloom about the real benefits of owning and driving a hybrid.”
“Bloom is thrilled to welcome Toyota on board as official car partner for the next two years. Superb design, dynamism and innovation are at the heart of Bloom and these values are reflected in Toyota’s class-leading vehicles.”
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