Toyota Lanka launches “Dream Car Art Contest”
Affirming the vision of Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC), Toyota Lanka
Ltd. launched the global corporate social responsibility programme
“Toyota Dream Car Art Contest” for the first time in Sri Lanka last week
at Cinnamon Grand Colombo.
Toyota Lanka Managing Director Yoshiaki Kato said that they waited
for a unified Sri Lanka to launch this. Launched for the sixth
consecutive year in over 80 countries, the Toyota Dream Car
International Art Competition is the first international art competition
in the country.
Managing Director Yoshiaki Kato launching their web site at
Cinnamon Grand. Picture by Sumanachandra Ariyawansa
Entries are open for Sri Lankan children between the ages 5-15,
furthermore children can send in any amount of entries to take part in
The competition consists of three age categories, Under 10, 10-12 and
13-15. Closing date for the entries is January 31, 2012, children from
all parts of the island can participate in the competition, and selected
five entries of each category from each district of the island will be
displayed at the finals which will be held in February 2012 in Colombo.
Five winners from each category will qualify for the grand finals in
Entries to the competition should strictly follow rules and adhere to
the guidelines set by Toyota Motor Corporation.
Entry forms can be obtained through the Regional Education Offices,
The Toyota Dream Car Art Competition Secretariat, Toyota Lanka Ltd. No
337, Negombo Road, Wattala or downloading the entry form through
In conjunction to the Toyota Dream Car art contest Toyota Lanka Ltd
will be conducting training and providing art material to selected five
deserving remote schools in Sri Lanka and a selected IDP camp giving
them the platform to compete with the rest of the country.