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An AFL star, a life-sized Tonka truck and a variety of other attractions drew more than 200 people to Noble Park Reserve.
Patterson Cheney Toyota put on a Good for Footy night for Noble Park Football Club’s juniors on Wednesday 10 May.
AFL Premiership and Western Bulldogs star Jake Stringer ran kids through training drills and spoke about his career.
The Toyota Hilux Tonka concept vehicle grabbed the attention of little and big kids alike and there was live music and entertainment, a rock climbing wall, a barbecue and a SEN radio live broadcast.
The Toyota Good for Footy program encourages dealers to give back to their local communities through financial support for their footy club and provides a chance for fans to get up close with AFL stars.
Patterson Cheney Toyota has been supporting Noble Park Junior Football Club for 12 years and chose the club to host the Good for Footy night due to its dedication towards the game and its support for the community.

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