Corporate Sponsorships


The Toshiba Classic

Toshiba is the proud title sponsor of the Toshiba Classic. This annual golf event takes place every March in Newport Beach, California and features senior players from the PGA Champions Tour. With 150 sponsors total, 1,200 volunteers and 85,000 spectators, this event produces record earnings for charity and is a well known tradition in Southern California.

The tournament is operated by Hoag Hospital Foundation, and as such, the profits from the Toshiba Classic benefit Hoag's Centers of Excellence. The tournament generates over $1,000,000 for charity annually, with its thirteen year total exceeding $13 million. In 2011, the tournament will benefit the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center at Hoag. The mission of the Allen Diabetes Center is to make a difference by improving the quality of life for all people with diabetes or at risk of diabetes, through prevention, early detection, prompt care, education and support.

In addition to Hoag, tournament proceeds have also been contributed to more than 45 other charities. The Toshiba Classic Scholarship Program has provided over $209,000 in scholarships and support to local schools and over $400,000 worth of Toshiba laptops to deserving local high schools and seniors.

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Times Square (Toshiba Vision)

Prominently positioned below the world-famous New Year countdown ball in New York City’s Times Square business and entertainment district, Toshiba’s massive dual LED signboards, known collectively as “TOSHIBA VISION,” serve a variety of promotional and public service functions. In addition to illuminating the annual New Year countdown for upwards of 1 billion celebrants worldwide, the interlocking system connects both boards in brilliant displays.


From atop One Times Square Building, one of the most valuable advertising locations in the world, TOSHIBA VISION ensures superb domestic and international media exposure, providing the Toshiba brand with unrivalled promotional benefits.

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Wayne Taylor Racing


Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. has partnered with Wayne Taylor Racing since 1997 providing sponsorship funding as well as the necessary office equipment both on and off the track. 

Wayne Taylor Racing sponsored by Toshiba



Wayne Taylor Racing is based in an 18,000 square-foot purpose-designed racing facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. Currently a member of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series program including the SunTrust Racing Team (backed by Toshiba), Wayne Taylor Racing has won a race in every year that it has competed (15 wins in total with 49 podiums and 13 poles), with a highlight of winning the Rolex 24 At Daytona en route to winning the 2005 Rolex Series Championship. Wayne Taylor Racing is a ‘factory’ General Motors team as well as a ‘factory’ Dallara (chassis manufacturer) program partner. 

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Grand American Road Racing Association

Toshiba has partnered with Grand Am Road Racing to be their official Document and Business Solutions Provider. The Toshiba-sponsored mobile business solutions center serves as a transportable office and production center for Grand Am teams, drivers, media and race officials. It is stationed at each event throughout the season and provides a full-service office environment with color printing, copying, scanning and faxing capabilities on Toshiba’s award-winning e-STUDIO multifunction products.  Toshiba’s state-of-the-art meeting area also provides laptop stations, wireless internet connection, and a conference room with Toshiba HD LCD TVs and projectors. 

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Hendrick Motorsports

Toshiba America Business Solutions has joined forces with five time NASCAR Champion, Hendrick Motorsports (HMS) on a collaborative effort to save them time & money. Using Toshiba’s Encompass Document Analysis program,  areas of inefficiency were identified. Toshiba then streamlined the company’s business processes by (1) incorporating Toshiba e-STUDIO multifuction devices as well as enhanced digital scanning features using Toshiba ReRite software, (2) providing managed document services, and  (3) implementing a Close the Loop recycling program. Cost savings in the first year alone were over $110,000. 

Toshiba currently manages approximately 150 networked and desktop document processing systems, spread across the 130-acre HMS campus, a 600,000 square foot facility, supporting over 500 employees.  Toshiba’s systems and services support all of the daily document processing activities within accounting, administration, manufacturing, engineering, marketing, sales, human resources, as well as e-Commerce. 

Toshiba’s success at Hendrick Motorsports (HMS) is now being presented as a 'proven process' for the 80+ nationwide Hendrick Automotive Group dealerships & collision centers, as well as HMS business partners such as Lowes, Pepsi, Go Daddy, National Guard & others.

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