Lexus Enform Remote App Update

Lexus Enform Remote App

Android users, have you noticed your Lexus Enform Remote app acting strangely or not working recently? This may be because Lexus just released a major update. Lexus Enform Remote V1.2.0 is a new version of the app that has been released for anyone using the Android phone and operating systems. If this update is not done, the older version of the app will not work properly or at all. To update, please go to the Google Play Store on your phone and touch the Menu button (three square dots). This is located in the top right corner of the screen. Select ‘My Apps.’ This allows you to see where the available app updates are, including the one for Lexus Enform Remote.

The update does not affect Apple iPhone users. However, we recommend that you update your Lexus apps often for the proper functionality of the apps and your phone. Lexus is always trying to improve, and we love to keep our customers up to date on technology!

Please remember, the Lexus Enform Remote app is free for the first year after the purchase of your car. Please visit here for information on pricing for renewal. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like assistance with updating your Lexus Enform Remote App, please call (804)323-8000 and ask to speak with one of Lexus of Richmond’s Technology Specialists. Will we give an update if we learn anything new!

Beware: Lexus Enform Safety Connect Scam

Lexus Enform Safety Connect

Lexus of Richmond wants to make you aware of a new scam that targets customers with Lexus Enform Safety Connect. Lexus owners with a 2010 model or later, please be aware of this. There has been a report of customers who received phone calls with the phone ID “Toyota,” wanting to assist with renewing the Safety Connect program. The scammers then proceeded to take credit card information and make unauthorized purchases.

Although the phone call sounds very legitimate, please know that when it is time to renew the Safety Connect program, customers will receive a letter in the mail and sometimes an email. There will be no phone calls from Lexus or Toyota reminding you to renew your program, or asking for your credit card information.

If you notice any signs from this scam or notice any suspicious or fraudulent activity, please call 1-800-25LEXUS or visit here for more contact information. Choose the #4 prompt for Safety Connect specifically. Thanks for your attention and for your assistance in stopping these scammers.

Service Coupons at Lexus of Richmond

 

Lexus Service

It’s starting to get toasty out there! Virginia’s hot and humid summer is here and Lexus of Richmond is helping you prepare for the season.

Don’t wait until there is something wrong, be proactive. It is recommended to get an annual inspection on your Lexus vehicle to make sure your cooling system is running efficiently and at its optimum level. Starting now until July 31st, the Lexus of Richmond Service Department is offering a $99.00 A/C inspection package. This service includes a visual inspection, recovery, evacuate, and recharge. This inspection regularly runs at $165.00, so take advantage of this offer while it lasts.

If something does go wrong, Lexus of Richmond of course has you covered. Another service the Lexus of Richmond Service Department is offering is 15% off on all air conditioning repairs. This offer also lasts until July 31st.

The coupons are not valid with any other specials or offers, and they must be presented at the time of write-up. These offers are only valid at Lexus of Richmond and on Lexus Vehicles only. Both coupons are located on www.lexusofrichmond.com under our specials page. Stay cool this summer!

Pursuing Perfection Together

Lexus of Richmond and Independence Golf Club partnered with Fox Richmond to present “Pursuing Perfection Together,” a thirty minute TV special that will air on Fox Richmond Saturday June 20th at 1:30 PM and Sunday June 21st at 1:30 PM. There will also be an article in the Friday Richmond Times Dispatch, in the Richmond Drives sectionTune into the radio show Hardly Workin’ with Greg Burton at 3-6 PM to hear radio interviews about this event as well.

The TV special not only discusses the partnership, but how that partnership benefits our customers and other organizations in the community. Hosted by ESPN 950 Radio’s Greg Burton, the show gives us interviews with Lexus of Richmond’s General Manager Tom Flood, Owner of Independence Golf Club Giff Breed, Director of the Robins Jr. Golf Program Leighann Albaugh PGA, and Eddie Swink from the Fore Children foundation. We will also have guests from Belle Isle Craft Spirits and Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company.

For more details about our partnership with Independence Golf Club, please go to www.lexusofrichmond.com. We are very excited for this presentation and we hope you enjoy “Pursuing Perfection Together.”

Pre-Owned Car of the Week

2012 Ford F-150 Raptor Luxury Edition

The Pre-Owned Car of the Week is the 2012 Ford Raptor Luxury Edition. This edgy car has many desirable features: a 6.2 LV8 engine, 4 Wheel Drive and automatic 6 speed transmission, Navigation system, crew cab and short bed. It’s a highly sought after car, and was named a 2011 Consumer Guide busy buy! Visit our website for more pictures and detailed information about this car. If interested, please call 804-323-8000 or email our Internet Sales Team today, or visit our site at www.lexusofrichmond.com to live chat.

Upcoming Events at Independence Golf Club

This Friday June 19th, Lexus of Richmond and Independence Golf Club are partnering up once again to host the Independence Open. This is a one day 18-Hole championship event and it will be played under U.S. Open-like conditions.

The entry fee is $300 per team, and 10% of the entry fee will go towards prizes. The fee will also include many other perks like greens fees, cart fees, range balls, boxed lunches, non-alcoholic beverages, prizes, post round U.S. Open viewing contests, Lexus player gift bags, and Tavern 19 dinner for two vouchers.

If you would like to register to play, please contact Clif Denny, Director of Golf Operations at Independence, at [email protected] or visit the Pro Shop at Independence. The last day for registration is Tuesday June 16th, so please hurry!

Lexus of Richmond would also like to bring attention to another golf partnership, this time, something geared towards the community. We would like to announce that we are awarding a need-based scholarship for someone to participate in the Robins Jr. Golf Program.

Robins Jr. Golf Program was created by the Fore Children Foundation, which is a non-profit organization. They aim to not only teach children the fundamentals of golf, but to also teach them fundamental life lessons like cooking, fitness, music and art. Participants in this program range from 5 to 17 years old, and have options to spend full days, half-days, or even spend overnights at the golf course in their top-notch facilities and dorms.

The staff is headed by PGA and Director of the program Leighann Albaugh, Chief Development Officer Eddie Swink, President of Fore Children Dan Niccolucci, and twelve other skilled PGA/PGM interns and counselors. For biographies and information on all of the staff members please visit the Fore Children website.

If you would like an application or more information about the Robins Jr. Program and scholarship, please visit www.lexusofrichmond.com and go to our Independence tab. Scholarship applications are due by Monday June 22nd. We are excited to help in any child’s pursuit of excellence and believe that this program is a great way to do it!

Pursuing Perfection Together

Lexus of Richmond Summer Tee-Off Party

Summer Tee-Off Party Invite

This Friday on June 12th from 5-7 PM, Lexus of Richmond is partnering with Independence Golf Club in hosting a family friendly Summer Tee-Off Party! Join us in starting off the season with a bang, and enjoying the newly renovated Independence Golf Club space.

Registration will take place indoors, and then all attendees will be directed to the open veranda and to the top of the green, where there are sections for outdoor games, food and drinks. Other entertainment will be provided by ESPN’s Greg Burton, from Hardly Workin’ with Greg Burton, and a talented DJ to keep the party upbeat and moving!

In appreciation of all our Lexus Customers who RSVP, they will receive a VIP Family Pack that includes complimentary tickets for food and drinks. If you would like more tickets, there will be a table set up at the event where they can be purchased. Lexus Customers, if you would like to attend you have until today at noon to RSVP! Please send an email to [email protected] or call (804)323-7640 to confirm. You may also direct any questions or concerns to the above contact information as well.

For more information about our partnership with Independence, please visit www.lexusofrichmond.com.

We look forward to seeing you there!

…and the winner is…

Congratulations to the 20th Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award winner, Myles Brown from St. Christopher’s School!

20th PoP Winner!

It has been an exciting year for our 20th Annual Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award program! We have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to get to know each of our 30 outstanding student-athlete scholarship nominees throughout the year! The competition was very steep this year among this group of highly-qualified young men and women. Our winner was chosen based on his exemplary academic performance, the extracurricular activities in which he participated, his numerous contributions to the community and his outstanding athletic performance.

Myles has been a student with high honors throughout his high school career, maintaining a GPA above 4.0 and leading into his senior year with an impressive 4.2. He is an AP Scholar with Honors, a National Spanish Exam Gold Medalist and two-time Silver Medalist, and a National Achievement Outstanding Student.

Myles has been active outside of the classroom acting as a Librarian Ambassador, in charge of giving tours to the parents of prospective St. Christopher’s students. His love of soccer found an outlet in his membership of the MLS Club in his junior year, and his compassion and school enthusiasm manifested itself when he served as a peer advisor to ninth graders as they transition into the Upper School.

Myles is an exceptional soccer player who has exhibited his talent throughout his high school career, earning numerous honors, awards and achievements. During his freshman year he was selected to play for regional, district and state teams in the Olympic Development Program. That same year he was selected to attend an id2 National Identification Camp where players “work with some of the nation’s best coaches, play with and against some of the nation’s best players in their age group, and are scouted by on-site U.S. Soccer staff for selections to the national team.” Myles continued to hone his skills during the following summer of 2012 when he traveled to London to train with Arsenal Football Club — one of the most decorated English Premier League football clubs. That summer he also traveled to Greece where he played in a tournament as a starting central midfielder for the Arsenal Training Program USA team. As a junior he attended a U.S. Market Training Camp to which he was invited for an opportunity for identification as a player with US Youth National Soccer Team potential. That year he was also named one of the Potomac Soccer Wire Development Academy Best 11 – Sept. 1-7, 2014, and MVP of the winter 2014 Collegiate Classic Valentine futsal tournament. Team captain in his senior year, Myles helped his varsity futsal team win the Valentine Classic Championship in 2014 and 2015. During his senior year Myles saw a great deal of success when he was named captain and leading scorer of Richmond United u18 Academy Soccer Team, ranked #35 of national midfielders for the class or 2015, and ranked the #108 prospect recruit for the class of 2015.

Active in the community, Myles currently serves as the St. Christopher’s Missionary Society president, overseeing all community service operations conducted in the Upper (High) School. He has also volunteered for a number of programs and organizations, including the Own Touch Soccer Camp, the Virginia Food Bank with Jack and Jill of America, the Massey Cancer Walk, Houlagan’s Rest Dog Rescue, and the Saturday Academy, where he worked with academics with inner city youth.

A heavily recruited soccer player, Myles will be playing next season at the University of Notre Dame, where he will be majoring in biology.

We commend Myles for his contributions to his community, his extracurricular activities, his academic excellence and his athletic skill, and we are absolutely thrilled at the opportunity to recognize and help support this outstanding youth. We have no doubt that this young man will continue to excel as he moves forward in his pursuit of perfection.

 

Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award Nominee Week #30 – Tessa Guinn from Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School

Congratulations Tessa Guinn from Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School, our week 30 nominee for the Lexus of Richmond Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award!

 

Tessa Guinn

 

Tessa has a 4.78 GPA at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School, with total SAT scores of 2070.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and National English Honor Society.  Tessa was a recipient of the Junior Book Award, Baush & Lomb Honorary Science Award.  She also received a Gold Medal on the National Latin Exam and a Silver Medal on the National Spanish Exam.  Tessa participates in various extra-curricular activities, including Key Club, Voice International (she serves as Secretary), the Greek Orthodox Youth of America and is the Sergeant at Arms for GOYA.  Tessa is also an accomplished athlete at Maggie Walker, where she excels on the field as Captain of the Girls’ Varsity Soccer team.  She has received distinctions as 1st Team All State, All Region and All District.  She has also played with traveling soccer teams, including Richmond Strikers and Chesterfield United throughout high school.  In the community, Tessa donates her time to CARITAS and the Food Bank.  She has also organized and ran a drive at school benefiting Hope 4 Women International.  She also serves as a tutor for young students at Cary Elementary School.

Tessa will be attending the University of Virginia to study Chemical Engineering.

Tessa has won a dinner for two at Fleming’s Steakhouse and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview video to learn more about Carly’s great achievements, and check out our Scholarship app on Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!

Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award Nominee Week #29 – Carly Feyerabend from Atlee High School

Congratulations Carly Feyerabend from Atlee High School, our week 29 nominee for the Lexus of Richmond Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award!

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Carly has been an exemplary student with a GPA of 4.416. She is an IB Diploma candidate, Atlee High School Scholar Athlete, recipient of the 2013 Visual Achievement Award, and earned 3rd place in the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest. She has been active in school as a member of the National Honor Society, the National Beta Club, the National Latin Honor Society, the Key club, the Math team, the Mass Communications club, participant in the Capital One Leadership Forum, secretary and historian of the Latin club, and as a SODA team leader and SODA school leader. Carly has excelled on the track for which she has earned All-District and All-Region in indoor and outdoor hurdles and high jump, All-State in indoor and outdoor high jump, All-State in indoor track and field, All-District in long jump, indoor and outdoor high jump district champion, outdoor high jump state qualifier, indoor track and field state champion, and outdoor high jump relay champion, to name a few. She was also her tennis team captain, number one player and recipient of the coach’s award in tennis her freshman year. Carly has donated her time in the community by volunteering for the Hanover Youth Service Council, the Hanover Arc, and as leader of a “church tour” project in her English class through which she helped create a smart phone app and then acted as the speaker/presenter to the Richmond Tourism board to share their goals and ideas with the panel.

Carly plans to attend UVA where she will run track and field.

Carly has won a dinner for two at Fleming’s Steakhouse and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview video to learn more about Carly’s great achievements, and check out our Scholarship app on Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!