Tucson veteran's group receives new Prius

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By Bryce Potter By Bryce Potter

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The Tucson based non-profit group "Vets 4 Vets" received a brand new Toyota Prius Wednesday.

Precision Toyota donated the fuel efficient car as part of Toyota's 100 vehicles to 100 non-profits over 100 days.

Vets 4 Vets brings former soldiers together to interact with one another and provides an atmosphere for healing.

And it seems the car will get a lot of use from the veterans.

"It's a magnificent honor we're going to be able to service veterans and various ways and being able to get them to local groups," said Abel Moreno from Vets 4 Vets

"We all sit back and we look at how we can make this company mean something to the community and to the businesses and the organizations within the area.  And this is just another way for us to reach out," said David Bergeron from Toyota Motor Sales.

Vets 4 Vets is the first of the 100 non-profits to receive the free Prius.