Phoenix Children’s Hospital Joins Forces with Cincinnati Children’s and Toyota to Bring the Buckle Up For Life Program to Phoenix

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Cohen Children’s Medical Center Joins Forces with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Toyota to Bring the Buckle Up For Life Program to…

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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Toyota Kick-Off Nationwide Pledge to Encourage Americans to Buckle Up For Life

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NEW YORK, NY– September 17, 2013 – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, a national leader in pediatric medicine, and Toyota announced today the first annual National

Toyota and Cincinnati Children’s to Donate 10,000 Child Car Seats to Families In Need as Part of Child Passenger Safety Education Campaign

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NEW YORK (Jan. 17, 2013) – Did you know that three out of every four child car seats in the United States are not used or installed correctly?

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Toyota Expand National Buckle Up for Life Program to Orange County

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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 18, 2012 – Responding to disproportionate risks that African American and Hispanic children face in motor vehicle-related crashes, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Toyota and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center today announced the expansion of the groundbreaking safety education program Buckle Up for Life to Orange County (Calif.). Buckle Up for Life – or Abrochate a la Vida in Spanish – is the only national program of its kind.

Toyota Announces National Expansion of Safety Program for African American and Hispanic Families

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June 28, 2011 – CINCINNATI, OH – Toyota today announced a $1 million commitment to support the national expansion of Buckle Up for Life, a safety program developed by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, to help address the extraordinarily high number of African American and Hispanic children, teens and adults killed or injured in automobile crashes.

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