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Toyota of Manhattan in the New York Daily News

March 16, 2012 1 comment

New York Daily News: Thursday, March 12, 2012

Here is a great article Phyllis Furman from the New York Daily News wrote about our efforts in looking to hire Veterans. We appreciate the New York Daily News helping us reach out to our Veteran community and give more Veterans an opportunity to find work. Please help us spread the word with the Veterans you know and help them find employment.

We have many positions available from Sales, Internet Business Development Center (BDC), Assistant Service Managers, Porters, Service Technicians. About 7 total. We will train as needed for positions mentioned. For a service technician, they should have a mechanical background and we will train via Toyota Training and ASE Training.

Veterans can send their resume or request an application via e-mail by contacting Jason Schroeck at They may also visit the dealership to hand in their resume at the front desk and fill out an application.

Hire Me! Veterans: The Daily News gets action as Toyota of Manhattan reaches out offering jobs to Vets

Toyota of Manhattan in the New York Daily News 03/15/12

031512 NY Daily News Article

March 15, 2012 NY Daily News Article - page 35


Please Help us Hire Our Heroes!

February 16, 2012 Leave a comment

Dear Customer, Fans and Readers,

 Please help us “Hire our Heroes”!

Veterans. Heroes. They have served our Country. They have fought for our Country. They have put their lives on the line. For our Freedom. For you and I.


Toyota of Manhattan wants to Hire Our HeroesVeterans who have selflessly served our Country in the line of Duty protecting our Freedom and our Rights. Veterans who have sacrificed for their Country and the People in it. Veterans who have risked their lives to serve and protect.

Yet, they return from overseas, and are having a hard time finding work here in their very own country they have fought so hard for. They are leaving the military service and moving down the ladder to poverty. The number of low-income veterans receiving government assistance for their heating and cooling bills hit a new high last year, according to a survey by a federal energy-assistance program. Over the last four years, the survey also found, the number of low-income households with at least one military veteran receiving federal energy assistance rose by about 1.1 million households, to 1.78 million.

According to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, there are about 178,000 recent veterans currently looking for work. Toyota of Manhattan wants to Hire Our Heroes

We at Toyota of Manhattan find this news disturbing and are looking to help. We want to help our Veterans, our heroes. We will be looking to hire and train Veterans at our dealership in available openings. From technicians to sales, we are looking to hire. Please pass the word along to your friends and family Veterans and have them send their applications to us. Let’s help those who have given everything for us!

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