High Country Toyota And Jefferson’s Scottsboro Provide Free Meals For Kids

High Country Toyota And Jefferson’s Scottsboro Provide Free Meals For Kids

By Jackson Blaze Staff

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – High Country Toyota, a Toyota dealership located in Scottsboro, AL, announced today the dealership has partnered with Jefferson’s restaurant in Scottsboro to provide free meals to kids when one adult meal is purchased. Jefferson’s was offering kids meals at just 99 cents with one adult meal purchase, but now High Country Toyota is picking up the kids’ tab to make their meals free. The offer is good Monday through Friday from 11am-1pm for all Pre-K through 6th grade students until March 31st, 2020.

Alan Cox, General Manager at High Country Toyota, said, “These are unprecedented times where our community needs one another, and we feel obligated to take action and do what we can to help those who need it most. We are so thankful to be here and plan to be here for a very long time. We are also thankful for the amazing staff and owners at Jefferson’s. Their community involvement is top notch and we appreciate them letting us join in for this amazing cause. Also a huge thanks to Dr. Reyes and all of Scottsboro City Schools for their support from Day One! To be able to support our local community is a true blessing for both Steve and Pam Ayers, the owners of High Country Toyota.”

The general manager of Jefferson’s Scottsboro, Samantha Bryant, added, “It’s because of our continuous customer base that we are able to give back to our communities. It is crucial now more than ever that we remember to take care of one another…customers and staff alike. We will remain on normal business operations as long as we can to continue to safely serve our communities. We are honored and excited to partner with High Country Toyota’s owners and staff to be able to reach out to our local families during this trying time. Come see us and keep our staff busy!”

Dr. Jose Reyes, Jr., Superintendent of Scottsboro City Schools, remarked, “What makes Scottsboro a great place to live is the fact that this community pulls together during times of need. Clearly, today is a time of need and I am so thankful that High Country Toyota and Jefferson’s have partnered together to help meet the needs of our students. These two organizations are such a part of our family as they hold true to our virtues of citizenship as a member of the Wildcat Nation – Faithful, Loyal, Firm, and True.”