Abdullah Abdulghani & Bro Co (AAB), the exclusive dealer for Toyota vehicles in Qatar, has launched the 14th edition of Toyota Dream car drawing competition, which will run until December 15, 2020.
The competition is open to children residing in Qatar of three age groups - under 7 years, 8-11 years old and 12-15 years.
The top three artworks from each age category in Qatar national contest will be announced on Toyota Qatar website and prizes awarded to the winners. Artworks created on a computer or similar device, collaborative artwork drawn by multiple individuals and/or drawings that resemble previous Toyota Dream Car contest winning entries or famous paintings will not be accepted. Multiple submission are allowed from the same person, however, only one prize will be awarded per person.
Application forms and rules and regulations of the competition can be found on the Toyota Qatar website www.toyotaqatar.com/ToyotaDreamCar. All drawing should be submitted to Toyota Showroom City Center branch (Ground floor) on or before December 16.
AAB acting CEO R K Murugan highlighted the keenness of AAB and Toyota Motor Corporation to sharpen imagination and creative thinking among young people.
“Qatar has registered distinguished participation in the past editions of the competition through many promising drawings, and we are always happy with what young minds offer in terms of their visions about the future of mobility,” he added.
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