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Support for culture and education

In addition to the efforts to resolve social issues through our business activities, we conduct a variety of activities to contribute to the development of a sustainable society based on our understanding of the importance of coexistence and collaboration with society as a corporate citizen.

Co-sponsoring a musical for children, Maria and Princess the Green

For seven years from 2008, we co-sponsored and promoted a musical for children, The Fall of Freddie the Leaf: A Story of Life for All Ages.
Through this cultural contribution activity, we conveyed the pleasure of living, a feeling of gratitude and the importance of the environment to future generations. In 2015, we began co-sponsoring the musical Maria and Princess the Green. It is a story about life that makes you want to hug your family.

musical for children, Maria and Princess the Green

Co-sponsoring Vehicle Meister Certification Examination

We have been co-sponsoring the Vehicle Meister Certification Examination (organizer: Vehicle Meister Examination Foundation) sponsored by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry since its fourth examination that was held in FY2016.
This certification examination, aimed at contributing to nurturing life with cars and vehicle culture, is well received by people of all ages, from children to the elderly, as an opportunity to have fun while gaining a broad knowledge of vehicles.

Special co-sponsor of National Programming Contest for Technical College Students

We are a co-sponsor of the National Programming Contest for Technical College Students, which is targeted at students studying at technical colleges nationwide. Ever since the contest was established in 1990, it has carried the hope of the industries as an education project that fosters the creativity of young people who will contribute to future programing technology.

Cooperation in business succession project with the Graduate School of Project Design

As a guest professor at the Graduate School of Project Design, Kenji Oyama, the President and Chief Executive Office of Broadleaf, is in charge of the small and medium-sized business successor training program at the graduate school. This program aims to contribute to the vitalization of the automotive aftermarket industry and to the development of human resources that are responsible for the next generation by teaching them how to solve issues under various themes such as business concepts, marketing and management.

Tree planting activity

Under the theme of contribution to the global environment, we participate in the Present Tree (R) project promoted by NPO Environmental Relations, and we contribute to the conservation of the environment through tree planting activity to reduce CO2 emissions.

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