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Own a Toyota Prius? Be part of a Guinness World Record

Bring your Toyota Prius to the Prius Parade April 23rd in Alameda California and be part of a Guinness world record event.

Toyota is celebrating Earth Week this year with a number of hybrid-focused events for owners and fans. Just one of the events is an attempt to break the world record for hybrids in a parade. Toyota needs 209 owners of Prius vehicles to come out April 23rd to the Alameda Air Field. There will be entertainment for the family, and tours of the USS Hornet for attendees. Everyone will also be entered to win a 2016 Prius. Every participant I the parade will also get a $500 credit towards the purchase of a new 2016 Prius should they be thinking of updating their fuel-sipper. The 2017 Prius Prime plug-in hybrid vehicle will be on display. Its first showing outside of the car show circuit. If you own a Prius and want to participate, check out this link.

Toyota also plans other Prius events to celebrate Earth Week. One event will include Toyota offering casual carpool pickup in the 2016 Prius to commuters from four different East Bay locations in Berkeley and Oakland headed to downtown San Francisco.

Toyota has sold more than 217,000 Prius vehicles in the Bay area since 2001. The Prius has also been the most popular car overall in the state of California many years during its production.