We are very proud to sponsor Colorado's Shea Grogan at the 12th Annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo being hosted in Lebanon Tennessee June 16th. Shea is one of only nine girls representing Colorado. Go Shea!
Please congratulate our Toyota Technicians for being given the 2015 Technician Excellence Award! This award recognizes technicians who achieve overall excellence in Customer Retention and Customer Satisfaction. We are so proud!
Pictured, left to right: Desiree Mabe, Chase Steele, Billy Still, Peter Moses, Cody Williams, Kevin Hicks, Anthony Ellis
Pedersen Toyota Proudly Supports Pheasants Forever's 25th Anniversary Fundraising Banquet at Ellis Ranch in Loveland Colorado on March 5th.
1-15-16 - 1-16-16 Hockey Fights Cancer Weekend
The Eagles will host their annual Hockey Fights Cancer weekend on January 15th and 16th as they take on the Missouri Mavericks at the Budweiser Events Center. This year promises to be another special weekend in helping raise funds for the UCHealth Cancer Center.
For the first time in team history, the Eagles will don special lavender jerseys to raise money for the UCHealth Cancer Center in Fort Collins. The specially-themed jerseys will be worn during both games against the Missouri Mavericks and will then be auctioned off during the contest on Saturday the 16th. In addition to the jersey auction on January 16th, every fan in attendance will receive a UCHealth "Hockey Fights Cancer" T-Shirt.
Lavender was chosen for this year’s jerseys, as it is a universally-recognized color of support in the battle of all forms of cancer. It encompasses all forms of cancers, which millions of brave individuals have fought and continue to live with every day. Much the same, the UCHealth Cancer Center in Fort Collins is designed to tackle all forms of cancer and to support the entire wellness of the patient, throughout the course of treatment. It also allows patients to have one-door access to a variety of care and treatment, all under one roof.
Pedersen Toyota in Fort Collins is joining the effort to raise funds this year by donating a percentage of each new Toyota sold during the month of January to the Hockey Fights Cancer Campaign. You can also see the special edition lavender jerseys on display at Pedersen Toyota during the month of January.
The Colorado Eagles have made the UCHealth Cancer Center its primary focus for fundraising over the past eight years, from the initial conception of the project to what is now a fully-operational, state-of-the-art facility, right here in Northern Colorado. The Eagles have specifically dedicated their efforts to the completion of the Fitness and Rehabilitation Facility within the Cancer Center. This specialized area will allow those who are undergoing or who have recently undergone treatment to regain their strength through exercise, nutrition and one-on-one training and guidance.
Great seats are available for both games, order yours today by visiting the Budweiser Events Center box office, online at ComcastTix.com or by calling the Eagles ticket office at (970) 686-SHOT (7468).
12-12-15 Annual Teddy Bear Toss!
This year’s Annual Teddy “Bear Toss” at the Colorado Eagles game will be December 12th 2015. Pedersen Toyota is accepting your donated bears now through December 12th. All the bears collected will be donated to local charities that will get them in the hands of kids in need on Christmas Day.
10-17-15 Let's go Rams!
It was a great time at the Colorado State Rams football game as contestants competed for the chance to win a brand new Toyota Tacoma!
The Northern Colorado Junior Golf League presented by Pedersen Toyota, completed its first week of competition at Boomerang Golf Links this week. The league is comprised of teams from 11 area golf courses with both boys and girls divisions in each category. The 8-13 year olds play a team scramble for 9 holes with low totals scored. The 14-18 year olds play stroke play for 18 holes. Each player is awarded one participation point and the top three finishers from each team in each division are awarded 10, 9 and 8 points respectively. There is a season long tally of the total points from each team and the winner is awarded the traveling trophy named the Pedersen Cup. Mariana Butte GC won last year’s competition.
Garnering top honors in the 14-18 year-old boys division in stroke play was a tie between Jack Vance from Highland Hills GC and Tyler Severin from Boomerang GLwith a score of even par 72 for the 18 holes. Third place went to Connor Burke from Boomerang who was one stroke back of them. In the girls older division Anna Achziger from Greeley CC shot a 92 to win with Katie Lehigh of Harmony Club finishing second and Kenzie Smith from Pelican Lakes GC came in third.
The 8-13 year old division for the boys in a scramble format over 9 holes was close all the way. Riley Cogan and Cameron Poll from Mariana Butte GC finished 1st with a score of 37 and one stroke back were Luke Alfonso and Samuelson from Harmony Club then with a 39 Keller Gonzales and Tanner Arkin from Ptarmigan CC finished third. 39 total strokes for first place by the 2-man team from Mariana Butte, Adrian Tabin and Elliott Gitt, the team of Austin and Ryan Magnuson from Boomerang and Sam Kaplan teaming with Jake Johnston of Collindale. The 8-13 year old division for the girls was won by the pair of Tara Toepke and Jamie Banghart firing a team scramble score of 42. Second place went to Sunny and Sydney Taylor from Fort Collins CC with a 47 and Taylor Bandemer and Collette Bangma with a 48.
Pedersen Northern Colorado Junior Golf League’s leading teams are Ptarmigan with 32 points, Harmony Club with 24 points and Boomerang GL with 22. Area golfers from all the participating clubs have donated money to the program through bag tag sales which enhance the events and will help finance the Pedersen Northern Colorado Junior Golf Championship which is being held this year at Collindale and Southridge Golf Courses on July 28 and 29. This event is open to all junior players ages 10-18 years old who register at Collindale prior to the week of the event.
07-01-15 through 07-03-15 - Life, Liberty and "Purr" Suit of Adoption Event.
Pedersen Toyota is proud to partner with the Larimer County Humane Society to help more than 6,000 animals per year find a forever home. This Special Adoption Event is sure to help you find the "Purrfect" match for a new furry family member!
Where: 6317 Kyle Ave, Fort Collins, 80525
When: July 1st, 2nd & 3rd
Hours: 11:00am to 7:00pm
The Hope Lives Breast Cancer Support
Center was founded in 2001 by Lydia Dody, a Fort Collins businesswoman who had
battled breast cancer. After her recovery, Lydia wanted to ensure that the
approximately 200 women in Larimer County and Windsor, CO diagnosed each year
receive complete post-diagnosis support and care. Our Mission is to Support and
Strengthen those touched by Breast Cancer by providing Care, Guidance &
Pink Boa 5K Run
June 13, 2015
Race Begins at 8:30am
Front Range Village
2720 Council Tree Avenue
Fort Collins, CO
Award marks 18th time overall that Pedersen has received this highest dealership honor from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc
Fort Collins, CO: March 18, 2015
Pedersen Toyota of Fort Collins today announced that it has received Toyota's prestigious President’s Award for the 2014 year that recognizes Toyota’s top performing dealers across the nation who demonstrate a commitment to maintaining Toyota’s highest standards for sales excellence and customer satisfaction.
“We are extremely proud to be recognized by Toyota with the President’s award for the 9th consecutive year which highlights our ongoing commitment to providing the highest level of customer service in our parts, service and sales operations,” said Mark Pedersen, President and General Manager of Pedersen Toyota. “We would also like to thank our employees and our customers for supporting our organization and helping make this prestigious achievement possible.”
To qualify as a President’s Award winner, Toyota dealerships must excel in a number of different categories including sales satisfaction, service satisfaction, market share, vehicle delivery excellence and employee certification. Dealerships must meet or exceed the standard in all areas of dealership performance in order to qualify for the award.
The 2014 award marks the 9th consecutive year and 18th time overall that Pedersen Toyota has been recognized by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc. with this honor.
“This award caps what was already an outstanding 2014 where we saw strong growth in new Toyota sales and welcomed in several exciting new models to the Toyota family including the redesigned Camry, Camry Hybrid, Highlander and Yaris,” said Pedersen. “As we move into 2015 we are optimistic that it will be another strong year. We are also very excited to begin construction of our new, state-of-the-art facility, allowing us to continue to provide our customers with the best possible experience.”
Family owned and operated since 1972, Pedersen Toyota employs more than 115 people and provides new and used Toyota vehicle sales, Toyota service, Toyota parts and a collision repair center. Pedersen Toyota is located at 4455 S. College Ave in Fort Collins. They can be reached at (970) 223-3100 or at www.pedersentoyota.com
LOVELAND, Colorado - The Colorado Eagles and Pedersen Toyota are proud to announce a joint check presentation to the Poudre Valley Hospital Foundation during the second intermission of tonight's game at the Budweiser Events Center.
The donation -- in the amount of $20,000 -- will go toward the completion of the Poudre Valley Hospital Cancer Center currently under construction at the intersection of Harmony Rd. and Timberline Rd. in Fort Collins. The state-of-the-art complex will help patients and survivors of all forms of cancer in their fight against the disease. “Our goal with the center is to provide a better cancer-care experience that meets the needs of patients in one location,” said Kevin Unger, president and CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital. “We will have everything centralized, from diagnostic services to treatment and care to survivorship.”
University of Colorado Health broke ground in January of 2013 on the comprehensive and integrated cancer center in Fort Collins. It is designed to provide patients in the community with one-door access to cancer treatment, research, support and survivorship services.
The outpatient facility will be about 30,000 square feet and is currently estimated at $11 million. The facility is set to see its first patient for treatment on June 9, 2014.
Funds were raised through the auction of game-worn, pink Eagles jerseys (worn in October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month) which helped to raise $15,000, as well as a portion of every new Toyota vehicle sold at Pedersen Toyota during the month of October.
All three organizations would like to thank those who helped raise the funds through their purchases of jerseys and vehicles!
Pedersen Toyota and Colorado Eagles Fans Brighten Holidays with First Ever Teddy Bear Toss
LOVELAND, Colo.-- On Saturday, December 14th the Colorado Eagles in conjunction with Pedersen Toyota and 107.9 The Bear hosted the first annual Teddy Bear Toss. Fans were asked to help make the holidays a little more special for hundreds of under privileged children across Northern Colorado. During the game against the Las Vegas Wranglers, fans were encouraged to bring a new or gently used teddy bear or stuffed animal to throw onto the ice after the first Eagles goal. In addition, Pedersen Toyota donated 500 bears that were available for a small donation. The $1,301 raised from the teddy bear sales went to local children’s charities. Just over ten minutes into the first frame, Eagles veteran forward and assistant captain Trent Daavettila sent 2,208 teddy bears flying as he scored the first goal of the game.
Three full-size Toyota Tundras were stuffed full inside and out for the 107.9 “Bear Cares for Kids” campaign and donated to the Child Advocacy Research Education, UnitedDaycareCenter and the Kids Matter Project. “This year’s ‘Teddy Bear Toss’ was an amazing display of what the residents of Northern Colorado are all about. It was so awesome to see all of those bears come raining down onto the ice at the BEC. The Colorado Eagles and their fans have again shown why they are among the elite organizations in the state. A very special “thank you” to Pedersen Toyota for being such a huge player in this year’s toss. The kids and the organizations we work with for our “Bear Cares For Kids” campaign will be ecstatic, no doubt. Thank you all! You Rock!!!” Doc Jarnagin from 107.9 The Bear said. Eagles head coach and general manager Chris Stewart expressed, “We are honored to be partnered with two outstanding Northern Colorado organizations 107.9 The Bear and Pedersen Toyota, and we look forward to hosting the Teddy Bear Toss in years to come.”