Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), sole distributor for Toyota vehicles in Qatar, announced the winners of the national contest of the 14th Toyota Dream Car Art contest that was held recently.
The Toyota Dream Car Art contest invites children from all corners of the globe to share ideas about the future of mobility by drawing their dream cars. “Every great idea was born in the glimmer of a dream, and we at Toyota hope that this activity will help nurture the creativity of the next generation of great inventors, thinkers and dreamers,” a press statement noted.
The Qatar contest was held from November 20 until December 15. In the 13th Toyota Dream Car Art contest, Serah Maria Rejeesh, a Grade 3 student of DPS Modern Indian School, had brought accolades to Qatar by winning the prestigious ‘Engineering Inspiration Award’. Serah believes her dream car will make the environment green and carbon-free.
Since 2004, the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest has been conducted as part of Toyota’s social contribution initiatives. In 2019 alone, there were about 950,000 entries from 86 countries and regions around the globe.
The winners of the 14th Toyota Dream Car Art contest held in Qatar are as follows:
Category 1 (under 8 years): 1st: Rhianna Jamil Gelogo Elle, Philippine School Doha; 2nd: Sohan Sandeep, MES Indian School; 3rd: Manasu Manjunath Kadithota, Rajagiri Indian School.
Category 2 (8-11 years): 1st: Palak Banzal, DPS Modern Indian School; 2nd: Jazmin Cloei Deveria Pe, Philippine School Doha; 3rd: Nemsith Nimpura Hectorge, Shantiniketan Indian School.
Category 3 (12-15 years): 1st: Nandana Bijukumar, Birla Public School; 2nd: Mohamed Jibreel, Al Khor International School; 3rd: Shreyas Ghosh, DPS Modern Indian School.
The prizes for the winners were given at the Toyota showroom by R K Murugan, acting CEO, AAB; Awwad Mohamed, senior manager – Toyota National Sales; and K S Ravikumar, manager – Fleet Sales, in the presence of parents, art teachers and the senior management from AAB.
“AAB would like to congratulate all winning children and also thank all children and schools who participated in the Toyota Dream Car Art contest,” the statement added.
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