Seymour Toyota supports a wide range of community events within our area including:
Free Baby Car Seat Installations
We have 2 staff members that have completed a course in Advice & Installation of child restraint systems. We originally organised this to achieve national accreditation to fit child restraints for our customers picking up their new vehicles so they did not need to take it elsewhere before they could.
Since then we have identified a wider need for this in the local community and advertise that we provide this service to anyone at no charge.
We have provided not for profit organisation, Berry Street, with a vehicle to use in their LTP Program. This program provides Learners permit holders with the necessary training to obtain their P Plates. It is also supported by Vic Roads, Seymour Rotary, Mitchell Shire and Burgess Signs also support this project.
Goodfellows Car & Truck Rental Agent
We are a Goodfellows Car & Truck Rental Agent. After identifying the need for a local Car & Truck rental service, we formed an alliance with regional Victorian provider Goodfellows.
Seymour Hospital Board & Goulburn River Valley Tourism Committee
Our Dealer Principal, Graeme Dove sits on the Seymour Hospital Board and is involved in the Goulburn River Valley Tourism committee.
Mitchell Community Health
We cover and carry out scheduled servicing of local health services provider, Mitchell Community Health’s Commuter buses as well as local disability services group, Goulburn Options Commuter bus.
Toyota Good for Footy
We conduct the Toyota Good For Footy program every year. Local schools get together with AFL players for a large clinic and Q&A. This normally happens in September.
Kilmore Football Netball Club
Adam Dove, General Manager is the current Secretary and a life member of the Kilmore Football Netball Club.
Service Voucher Program
We have a Service Voucher program where local community support and sporting groups can apply for vehicle service vouchers from us to be raffled off with the funds to go towards facility and or service improvements.
Support of different Rotary Club projects such as the ‘Battery Collection’ campaign in 2011/12.