Apparently, Toyota has reached an important sales milestone in the US, which is selling its 50 millionth car in the country this year. That is certainly no mean feat, and to celebrate the historic achievement, the Japanese carmaker tracked down the buyer of that 50 millionth unit (a Camry, by the way). The customer turned out to be a New York police officer by the name of Michael Dee, who had purchased the Camry through financing.
So Toyota Motor Sales USA sent its general manager, Bill Fay, to Dee's house to deliver the company's reward to the policeman for having bought the 50 millionth Toyota in America.
What was the reward (or rewards, to be more accurate)? You have to watch the video below to find out.
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