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 |  Dec 01 2010, 3:18 PM

As we ramp up towards the festive season, it’s time for us to think about those in need. This year, Scion is doing its part by offering a Holiday Mail Drop.

The program offers serving U.S. military personnel the chance to receive a sack full of Scion goodies, including clothing and accessories –  a way of saying ‘thank you’ to the brave men and women who serve this country.

While supplies last, active duty military personnel can register for their ‘holiday’ packs by clicking on the link below this blog. This latest program is part of a larger initiative in which the Scion brand has put together to support U.S. troops. Other programs include working with the Morale, Welfare and Recreation arms of the Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps sponsorship units as well as on-base Auto Skill Centers.

To sing up or to get more info, click here.

  • Robert Andrews

    I am an active duty Marine stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo

    I am an avid motorsports enthusiast, participating in 4×4 off roading in Wyoming, Colorado, California, Mexico and Japan.
    I have worked pits for the Baja 500 and 1000 races and have closely followed Rally and road raceing for years, investing countless hours and dollars in building vehicles for race and fun.

    I have follow the build closely and can honestly say the end results are amazing.

    The U.S. Marine build is absolutely amazing, so much so, that I am wondering if Toyota is considering a production run based off of this build.

    If not a factory vehicle, is TRD considering making a line of products available in order to modify the Scion based on the build?
    possibly with a portion of sales going to either the Wounded Warrior program or other service related programs.

    Thank you for supporting the Militsry snd playing an active roll in fostering competition between the services as well as boosting the morale of service members around the world.

    R/S
    Robert Andrews