Atkins Kroll Inc. selected nine finalists out of 370 submissions for the 11th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest. The finalists’ artworks were to be entered in the global contest and will be judged among the finalists of national contests held in 80 countries.
The winners for the Under 7 category are Khezzeah Chanylle in first place, Denise Garcia in second place and Jeremiah Manibusan in third place. In the 8- to 11-year-old category, Reo Okawa received first place, Allessandra Calma received second place and Angelina Blaz received third place. The winners in the 12- to 15-year-old category were Jasmine Pangelinan in first place, Frances Pakingan in second place and Lola Martin in third place.
Atkins Kroll also awarded a People’s Choice award to Channing Barnett.
Thirty global finalists representing the top 10 student art works in the three age categories will be invited to Japan for the awards ceremony in August. Additionally, one representative from Guam or Saipan will also be invited to attend the awards ceremony in Japan as a Regional Nominee. The nominee was to be announced on April 24.
Desmond Graham, president (far left), and Ernie Galito, director of marketing and communication (far right), both with Atkins Kroll Inc. and Guam’s nine finalists of the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest at an award ceremony on March 18 at the dealership’s Lexus Select showroom.