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Lexus of Richmond’s LUV Commercials

With the help of Jay Endicott at Fox Richmond and 288 Sports Group, Lexus of Richmond has produced 5 commercials for our LUV’s. Each tv spot is aimed at a different audience; young adults, moms, dads, and families. The final commercial is a combination of the previous four spots. All of the ads feature our employees and/or customers.

Watch all of our commercials below!

Lexus of Richmond’s Leadership Award Week 16 – Lauren Golmon

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Lexus of Richmond’s Leadership Award week 16 nominee is Lauren Golmon of Glen Allen High School. She is currently in her graduating class’ top 10 with a 4.5 GPA. Having been on the A Honor Roll throughout high school, Lauren is a member of the National Honor Society and Rho Kappa a History Honor Society. She has also received an AP Scholar with Distinction award. She was the State Champion in the Governor’s Challenge for Personal Finance where she was recognized as the Individual High Scorer.

During her freshman year, Lauren played JV and Varsity softball, and she earned an MVP award for the JV team. She has been on the varsity team all four years playing 1st base and catcher and has earned the most improved player award in her 10th grade season. After 10th grade she was selected for the 2nd Team All-Conference and Academic All-Conference Teams. After her junior season, Lauren was named to the 1st Team All-Conference and Academic All-Conference Teams as well as the 2nd Team All-Region and Academic All Region Teams. Since 10th grade, Lauren has been a member of the Key Club as a grade level director for two years and currently the club secretary. She is also a Student Congress Representative as an Executive Caucus Member. Lauren created the first ever Math Bowl at Glen Allen HS during her sophomore year and is currently the Vice President of Mu Alpha Theta.

Lauren spends time with Partners for Success by tutoring other students in all subjects to help them prep for exams and finals. She also helps the senior community in Glen Allen by teaching technology classes in order to help the class better understand safe internet practices. Recently, Lauren has volunteered at the Memorial Regional Medical Center. She has worked the front desk, answers call bells and discharges patients.

Lauren has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH  interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Drive interview to learn more about Lauren! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!

Pre Owned Vehicle of the Week

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Lexus of Richmond’s Pre Owned Vehicle of the Week is this 2015 Lexus LX 570.

Our flagship SUV is fully loaded with technology set to please. Immediately you will notice the Mark Levinson Audio System with 19 speakers, there is also a DVD entertainment system for the back seat passengers to enjoy. While in the driver’s seat, you will appreciate the ease of the exterior parking camera and the intuitive parking assist as well as the navigation system. The LX is capable of holding 3 different driver’s positions in the Lexus Memory Settings. The vehicle is equipped with a center console cooler box, a heated steering wheel, heated second row seats, heated and ventilated front seats, and mahogany trimmed door switch plates.

Call or email our Internet Sales Team today (804.323.8000) for more details. Sales prices are subject to change so we recommend confirmation by phone.

Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award Week 15 – Frost Wood

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Frost Wood of St. Christopher’s School is Lexus of Richmond’s week 15 nominee for the Leadership Award Scholarship. With his current 4.0 GPA, Frost is a  National Merit Scholarship Commended Scholar and an AP Scholar with Honors. In 2015, he was selected for the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists Award of Excellence. He also attended the International Boys School Coalition Conference in 2016 as he was selected by the school faculty to be St. Chris’ delegate at the conference in Vancouver.

While at St. Chris, Frost has played varsity soccer all four years and is the current captain. In 2016, he was chosen for the All State 2nd team, and in 2015 and 2016 he was a part of the All Virginia Prep League Team. The team took the State Title in 2014 and 2016. They are also the Prep League Champs in 2014 – 2016. Frost is also a member of the varsity swim team all throughout high school and is the current captain. Additionally he competed on the varsity track team for 4 years. Frost has taken part in the St. ChristoCURE’s Cancer Awareness Team for 3 years which participates in the Monument Avenue 10k. He has been involved in student council as a Vice President for 2 years, and he is the President of the Political Awareness Club.

Active in the community, Frost has spent time tutoring and mentoring boys in St. Chris’ lower school as well as elementary students through Saturday Academy. He has spent time with FeedMore working in the kitchens and food bank. He has also worked on a landscape project  at the Peter Paul Development Center. During the summer of 2013, Frost traveled to Costa Rica for a week long service and immersion trip.

Frost has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Drive interview to learn more about  Frost! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!

Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award Week 13 – Peyton Badura

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Lexus of Richmond’s week 13 nominee for the Leadership Award Scholarship is Peyton Badura of James River High School Center for Leadership and International Relations. She currently has a 4.52 GPA as a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society. She has received a National Society of High School Scholars Award, and Peyton was a Junior Marshall being in the top 25 of her class. She was also the recipient of the James River High School Most Valuable Rapid which was based on outstanding academics, leadership and service.

Having played on James River’s varsity crew team throughout high school, Peyton is currently the captain and has been named the MVP two times. The team competes during all three seasons; fall, winter (indoor), and spring. In 2015, she was named to the National Rowing Association of America. This was an invitation to compete in a National sprint race where she finished 9th in the Nation. Peyton has served on James River’s Leadership Council all four years of school as the International Relations chair, Recruiting Chair and Communications Chair. She has served on the Chesterfield County Youth Services Citizen Board as Chairman of a 42 member board. She is also the founder and president of Project GUDWorks, a club that collects donations then gives the items to local and national charities.

Peyton is the Founder of You’ve Been Asked, which raises money for the ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation. The initial donor will nominate a neighbor/friend and then the group places a sign in their yard asking them to donate. Having worked through two neighborhoods, the organization has collected $17,500. She founded the Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkin 1 Mile Relay for ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation which has raised $2,500.

Peyton has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Drive interview to learn more about Peyton! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!

Bubbles Up!

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The Virginia Home for Boys and Girls recently put on a great night at the Barrel Thief in Richmond.

The VA Home for Boys and Girls was founded in 1846 in Church Hill. It relocated to it’s current location in 1957. Originally a male only organization, in 2004, the home decided to start housing females as well.

The children here can come from the Department of Social Justice,  Juvenile Justice, social service organizations, and even parents/guardians of the children. When possible the children  return to their families and homes, but some move into independent living or possibly adoptive/foster homes. The VHBG facilities are located on 30+ acres and include: residential homes, an alternative school, a counseling clinic, a chapel, dining areas, a gym, and multiple sports fields.

If you would like to learn more about this organization please click here.

Lexus of Richmond was honored to be a sponsor for such a great organization and a truly fun night!

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Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award Week 7 – Daniel Jovin

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Daniel Jovin of Maggie Walker Governor’s School is Lexus of Richmond’s week 7 nominee for the Leadership Award Scholarship. In 2015, he was inducted into the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, and the Mu Alpha Theta National Math Honor Society. Earlier in 2016, Daniel became an AP Scholar with Honors.

As a member of the varsity soccer team since freshman year, Daniel in now currently the team captain for Maggie Walker. Playing as a defender, he was named to the All Conference Team and the AA East All Region Team during his junior year. He has also been on the Richmond Kickers Elite teams as a defender every year of high school. In other areas of school, Daniel is a founding member of Maggie Walker’s engineering club. He was his class Treasurer in 9th and 10th grade, and he has been on the school debate team since freshman year.

He has been involved in multiple organizations including Relay for Life as a volunteer during sophomore and junior year. During 10th grade, Daniel was a volunteer for the Children’s Museum of Richmond. From 2013-2015, he spent 105 hours volunteering for the Richmond SPCA. And over the past two summers, Daniel volunteered around 290 hours with the McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Daniel has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Drive interview to learn more about Daniel! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!

The Golden Opportunity… It’s Back!

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The Lexus Golden Opportunity Sales Event is back in full force! Come take advantage of the Golden Opportunity Sales Event at Lexus of Richmond. Check out the special offers and find some of the best incentives from Lexus.

Contact our sales team or just stop by and let us walk you around the lot… We’ll make sure you’re riding not only in style but in luxury in your brand new Lexus!

The Golden Opportunity Sales Event ends September 6, so make sure you get in early to take full advantage of this special offer.

Maintaining Your Lexus NAVIGATION System

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You’ve heard the cliche “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it!”  That makes plenty of sense doesn’t it, but let’s consider something.  Why would you allow it to break or lose functionality?

Maintaining your NAVIGATION/BLUETOOTH system is as important as keeping up with your vehicle’s maintenance.  Think of your NAVIGATION/BLUETOOTH system as your wisdom teeth.  They always seem to let you down at the most inopportune time (i.e. while on vacation, or while traveling in an unfamiliar city).

It is best practice to come into the dealership to have the following performed periodically:

  • Remove old cellular devices from your vehicle’s BLUETOOTH system that you’re not using.
  • Clear out stored PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS that you will never revisit to make room for others.
  • Remove your phonebook contacts from your vehicle and reinstall to ensure your contacts and phone numbers are up to date.
  • Reset your speed dials to ensure you have your favorite contacts are set.
  • Reboot your NAVIGATION/BLUETOOTH system and your cellular phone to maximize connectivity and longevity.
  • Update your NAVIGATION maps with the newest version to ensure addresses you need can be located (fees apply).  Locate new developments, restaurants, streets and malls for cities and states that you travel in, are a few of the benefits the upgrade provides.

All these functions can be performed for you by Lexus of Richmond’s TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST within minutes at no cost to you (with the exception of the NAVIGATION map upgrade).

If you’re interested in having your NAVIGATION maps upgraded to the newest versions, please feel free to call our BDC Team directly at (804) 323-7695 for pricing and availability.

 

 

 

 

Tech Tip: Utilizing the 2013 Lexus Enform App Suite

From this delivery forward, Lexus will be including the Lexus Enform App Suite in models equipped with the NAVIGATION system.  The Enform App Suite includes apps such as Bing, iHeart Radio, Movie Tickets.com, Open Table, Pandora, Yelp and Facebook Places.  All your favorite apps, located in your favorite spot, your Lexus vehicle.

The Lexus Enform App Suite is compatible with the iPhone, Android and most Blackberry devices.  The App for your smart phone is FREE, available in your phone’s App Store, and easy to use.

For more information please feel free to contact me, Kim Tydings, Technology Specialist at (804) 323-8000!  Thanks for watching!