Tom Keith, a Toyota’s Georgetown factory worker, won a brand new Toyota Camry hybrid in a random drawing among around 7,000 other workers

Tom Keith, a Toyota’s Georgetown factory worker, won a brand new Toyota Camry hybrid in a random drawing among around 7,000 other workers.

Keith, a member of the Quality Control Department and a Toyota employee for a whopping 26 years, was the winner of the 10 millionth Camry manufactured in the plant since 1988. He is one of around 200 employees at the factory who have been there since its opening.

“I’m in shock,” the 26-year veteran of Toyota commented after he found out he is the winner. “I’m going to surprise my wife. She works at the Scott County Library and drives a 2007 Avalon. I’m going to go over there this afternoon, move her car out and park the new Camry in her space. She’s going to scream”.

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26-year Toyota worker wins 10-millionth Camry in factory raffle