Local Palatine dealership gives back to local food pantry

Arlington Toyota offers customers deal on oil and filter change with donation of five non-perishable food items

PALATINE, Ill., Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In order to celebrate the season of giving, Arlington Toyota is running a deal on an oil and filter change when customers bring in five non-perishable food items. The dealership will take all items and donate them to the local Palatine Food Pantry. The food pantry provides assistance to anyone in need living within the Palatine Township boundaries. On average, the food pantry serves about 345 families each month for the last year.  

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On the dealer's website, they provide interested customers with the current needs for non-perishable items which include canned fruit, soups, pasta, paper towels, dried dog and cat food and much more. The deal is good for Toyota vehicles and is valid for up to 5 quarts of oil. Those who need synthetic oil add $15.00 to the deal price.  

According to the dealership, they enjoy being part of such a loving and kind community and continuously look for ways to give back. The oil and filter change deal allows customers to participate in donating needed items to the local food pantry and while it is a great deal for customers it is also helping local families in need.  

Those that are interested in just donating non-perishable food items or would like to take advantage of Arlington Toyota's oil and filter change deal that runs until December 31st, are encouraged to visit the dealer's website at www.toyotaarlington.com. Customers may also visit the dealership in person or call 800-947-7898 to talk with a team member.  

Media Contact: Sandra Pierce, Arlington Toyota, 800-947-7898, spierce@toyotaarlington.com

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