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Boy Scouts, Toyota participate in Public Lands Day

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Updated: 9/23/2013 9:22 am
RANDOLPH, Miss. (WTVA) — Several Toyota employees came out to help the Boy Scouts clean up Yocona Camp for National Public Lands Day Saturday.

This is the fifth year Toyota has been teaming up with the Boy Scouts.

The groups will be mulching, painting and clearing out some areas of the park.

One Toyota employee says this project helps to promote unity between the company and the area.

"It's good for our company and our team members to join the community to build that relationship," Toyota Mississippi Vice President of Manufacturing Phil Rodi said. "It's very important for us to have a strong relationship. Toyota's values are to support its local community, not solely build cars."

National Public Lands Day is the largest single day of volunteering in the nation.

The 20th anniversary of National Public Lands Day is next Saturday.
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