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Matthew 25: Ministries takes delivery of new Toyota Tundra
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- On Wednesday, the Toyota Tundra truck that has been prominently displayed at Great American Ball Park all season will be delivered to Matthew 25: Ministries, compliments of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Toyota Dealers.
"For the fourth year in a row we're giving the Tundra to a deserving group of local heroes," said Mr. Joseph. "And this year we're awarding the Tundra to Matthew 25: Ministries, a hometown organization that distributes food, clothing and humanitarian supplies to the needy and tragedy-stricken throughout the US and around the world."
"We are so honored to be the recipients of this wonderful gift," said Reverend Wendell Mettey, Founder and President of Matthew 25: Ministries. "Our involvement with community and domestic partners continues to grow, and the Tundra will be a tremendous addition to our humanitarian aid and disaster relief work. We want to thank the Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Toyota Dealers for their generosity and for their support of our work."
The donation ceremony will take place at Matthew 25: Ministries headquarters, 11060 Kenwood Rd. Blue Ash, OH 45242 at 10:00 on Wednesday, October 23.
Attending the event will be:
- George Joseph, President, Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Toyota Dealers Advertising Association
- John Petrov, Merchandising Manager, Toyota Motor Sales, Cincinnati Region
- Wendell Mettey, Founder and President and Tim Mettey, CEO and Disaster Relief Coordinator of Matthew 25: Ministries
- Bill Reinberger, Vice President of Corporate Sales, Cincinnati Reds
In 2010, the Florence Fire & EMS received a Tundra and the Deerfield Township post of the Warren County Sheriff's Office won a Tundra in 2011. The local chapter of The American Red Cross received the Tundra in 2012.
Information from Matthew 25: Ministries