Share The Love at Subaru’s Phat Christmas Toy Drive in San Bernardino

Published on December 17th, 2016


San Bernardino, CA – One of the most highly-anticipated events of the Christmas season returns to the Inland Empire.
Subaru of San Bernardino in association with Phat Inc. Magazine presents the 4th Annual Red Carpet Toy Drive. Hosted by Albert Ricks of Subaru San Bernardino and Phat Inc. Magazine’s Invinceable Andrew Vincent Ayon, the Red Carpet Toy Drive has taken its place as one of the most entertaining charitable events in the Inland Empire. Last year’s toy drive was a great success and this year’s event is expected to surpass last year’s record.

The 4th Annual Red Carpet Toy Drive takes place on Sunday, December 18 at 2 p.m. at the San Bernardino Auto Center, located at 645 Auto Center Drive in San Bernardino.


“We are thrilled to once again partner with Subaru of San Bernardino for our fourth Red Carpet Toy Drive,” says Ayon, founder and publisher of Phat Inc. Magazine. “It’s an honor for Phat Inc. Magazine to be associated with such a noble cause that will benefit so many wonderful kids. This is a great opportunity for the community to come together in the Christmas spirit and make a difference in the life of a child.”

The Red Carpet Toy Drive is free to the public and promises to be a day filled with music, courtesy of the Inland Empire’s own Chris Loos of School 104.7 FM, live music performances, special guest celebrities, raffles, giveaways, and free goodie bags to the first 100 guests. Bring your unwrapped toy and receive a complimentary taco plate and a free beverage.1499517_356282911175533_978720045_n1
As with previous Christmas events this year’s toy drive all proceeds benefits the Boys & Girls Club of the San Bernardino Mountain Communities. According to a report by the U.S. Census Bureau over 28.5% of children in the Inland Empire are living far below the poverty level. For over 20 years the Boys & Girls Club of the Mountain Communities has been helping these young people to reach their dreams and realize their full potential.

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