TOYOTA’S FULL-SIZED 2009 TUNDRA pickup truck has been named official truck of the International Agri-Center.

“We’re proud to join in this partnership with Toyota,” says IAC President Charlie Pitigliano. “The Tundra is built in America at Toyota’s plant in San Antonio, Texas, and has proven its ability as a workhorse vehicle, completely capable of meeting the needs of farmers and ranchers in our community.”

Because of its multi-year partnership with the IAC, the Tundra will be displayed at the California Antique Farm Equipment Show, along with many other agricultural events hosted on the Agri-Center grounds.

“When we introduced the Tundra in February, 2007, we knew its capabilities would be perfectly matched to the needs and challenges of the agricultural community,” says Tom Devany, general manager of the company’s San Francisco Region.

“Central California farmers, ranchers and agricultural workers have been important to our initial marketing efforts and now we’re honored that the Tundra has been named official truck of this prestigious, world class exposition.”