Chattanooga Celebrates July 4th with Pops on the River 2017

Looking for something to do for Independence Day? Celebrate the birth of the ol’ red, white, and blue at Coolidge Park in Chattanooga on July 3, 2017, with the Pops on the River 2017 event. We at Capital Toyota think it’s the best local celebration and fireworks show to honor the nation’s birthday, featuring an outdoor live performance by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera. The best part? It’s all free.

The live entertainment for the event kicks off at 5:00 pm with the Operation Song, a tribute to veterans written by veteran songwriters. Until 7 pm, the stage will be dedicated to veterans sharing their stories and musical work. Then, by 8 pm, the Symphony & Opera will take the stage to perform traditional patriotic music, followed by the concluding fireworks show at 9:45 pm. There will be concessions onsite and attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets.

Coolidge Park closes to vehicular traffic at 4 pm, so make sure you get information on nearby parking and the event’s shuttle services so you don’t get stuck. Other than that, we at Capital Toyota urge you to spend a nice evening out enjoying Pops on the River 2017 with your friends and family in Chattanooga.

Toyota Kentucky Plant Receives Major Investment

The Toyota Camry has continued to see high sales despite growing American interest in crossovers, trucks, and SUVs. That’s resulted in the automaker going ahead with a major investment to make the popular midsize sedan even better in the near future. The Toyota Kentucky Plant is the subject of a massive $1.33 billion investment that will support the American-made car.

The Toyota Kentucky Plant, better known as Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc., produces engines and assembles Toyota vehicles. It will kick off with updates that aim to both modernize and streamline the production facility.

The $1.33 billion investment is the largest of any automaker in the state of Kentucky. The production facility will continue to produce the Toyota Camry and marks the Japanese brand’s foray into solidifying its relationship with American drivers.

Toyota has invested a whopping $60 billion in the United States in the past 60 years. The most recent investment makes up a major portion of the automaker’s plan to invest another $10 billion by 2022.

Once the plant is up and running with shiny new equipment, the Toyota Camry, Avalon, and Lexus ES will roll on the lines. The plant will also continue to employ at 8,200 workers.

We at Capital Toyota are happy to see an incredible automaker making such a major investment in the United States and future vehicles!