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Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend

To celebrate the holidays this year, some Toyota Canada employees wanted to do something a little more interesting than simply putting up a tree and a few twinkling lights. At Harbourfront Square, a group of employees from Toyota’s Canadian head office in Scarborough banded together to create a “car choir”. They lined up 13 black and white vehicles like the keys of a piano, manned the dashboards and honked out coordinated notes with specially-tuned car horns. Surprised passersby cozied up with mugs of hot chocolate to enjoy unique performances of “Deck the Halls” and “Jingle Bells”. Here’s a look at how it all came together.

Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend

   

Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend
Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend
Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend
Toyota employees created their own festive “car choir” last weekend

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