Toyota of Cedar Park Announced as the Official Car Dealer of The
AUSTIN, Texas - The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, announced today a partnership with Toyota of Cedar Park, a full-service, 80,000 square foot state-of-the-art dealership offering new and pre-owned certified vehicles located directly across the highway from the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. The dealership opened on May 1, 2017 and plans to host a grand opening in June. As the Official Car Dealer of the Austin Spurs, Toyota of Cedar Park will sponsor the Austin Spurs Kids Zone and have Toyota vehicles displayed at each home game.
Next season the Austin Spurs will play a game in specialty jerseys to benefit United Way of Williamson County. As a member of the Cavender Auto Family, led by 2016 United Way of San Antonio Chairperson Rick Cavender, Toyota of Cedar Park will annually support the United Way of Williamson County through staff donations, gift drives and showroom displays.
"We are proud to forge a friendship with United Way of Williamson County," said Cavender. "The Cavender Family has always worked closely with United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County and we are excited to extend that relationship into the Austin area."
"We are absolutely honored to be a part of this amazing community and the Austin Spurs," said Julie Herrera, Toyota of Cedar Park Dealer Principal. "The platform of our business model is simply to serve this community."
"Toyota of Cedar Park's customer focus is a clear fit with our dedication to the Spurs Family," said Tim Salier, Spurs Sports & Entertainment Vice President of Franchise Business Operations. "We are excited to welcome them as the Official Car Dealer of the Austin Spurs."
Season ticket packages for the 2017-18 Austin Spurs season are available now. To purchase individual, group and suite plans go to AustinSpurs.com or call (512) 236-8333.
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