Toyota has launched the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, which is open to anyone residing in the Republic of Ireland. This contest is part of the Toyota social contribution initiative and combines the spirit of creativity with the company’s commitment to design and innovation. It encourages young people to explore and think differently about cars.
finalists in the 2022 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
The 2022 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is a competition aimed at inspiring children to create their own dream car. The winning car design will have all the amenities necessary for everyone to live comfortably. Nine young Canadians have made the finals. The top prize is €15,000 USD.
The finalists were selected from over 530,000 entries worldwide. Eight winners will travel to Japan to visit Toyota facilities and learn about their mobility solutions. The UTS Art Department is extremely proud to have been named a Best Finalist! A design for a car that helps people from impoverished communities combat climate change has been selected by the judges.
Open to all in the Republic of Ireland
The Republic of Ireland has thrown out all its social curbs and announced that it is “Open to all.” There is no longer a requirement to wear a mask, and the country has ceased to enforce vaccination passports. This will improve the travel environment in Ireland and make the island more appealing to visitors from abroad.
The Republic of Ireland is a diverse country, with significant populations of African and Asian citizens. According to the latest census data from the Irish Central Statistics Office, the proportion of people of “other, including mixed-race background” has increased. However, the country is located farther from the main entry points for immigrants.
Skills-based car competitions in Ireland are available to anyone looking to win a car. These competitions require entrants to answer questions based on their expertise in driving. There are various ways to enter the competitions, including social media, online contests and traditional competitions.
The competitions take place across Ireland and are supported by various partners in education and industry. They aim to encourage young people to take up an apprenticeship or pursue a career in a skills-based trade. This competition is part of WorldSkills Ireland and is held in Dublin on September 13th – 15th.
These competitions are not for profit, so entry is free. However, entrants must agree to terms and conditions before they are allowed to enter. Some competitions may ask participants to purchase goods or services related to the competition.
Opel Ireland’s IRFU competition
As the exclusive car partner for the IRFU, Opel has made a huge commitment to the competition. The deal, which spans the men’s and women’s international teams, will see the car maker provide a fleet of new Opel vehicles to the IRFU. The sponsorship also includes digital marketing opportunities, in-game branding, and player appearances.
The competition runs from 4 February to 13 March 2022. To enter, you must complete an entry form with a multiple-choice question. The prize is non-transferable and there are no cash prizes or alternative prizes. Gowan Motors reserves the right to withdraw or vary this Offer at any time.
The competition runs through four provincial branches. The IRFU Safeguarding training helps people involved in age-grade rugby.