On October 26, Scion gave Southern California Scion owners a reason to get excited about, by staging the world's Longest Parade of Scion Vehicles, a total of 535 Scions caravanning from the Toyota Speedway to Knott's Berry Farm for the amusement park's annual Knott's Scary Farm celebration. Cool fact: as the lead vehicles were arriving at Knott's Berry Farm's parking lot, the last rows of cars were just leaving Toyota Speedway - that's a total of 26.9 miles of Scions on So Cal's freeways! The event was also a Toys for Tots charity toy drive and it's estimated that over 29,000 toys were collected in total. While at the Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, Scion owners and their friends were given the opportunity to test drive the all new 2011 tC, which you can read more about in this issue. At Knott's Scary Farm, Scion shut down the park exclusively for the Scion owners and friends, treating them to rides and frights galore, including a special VIP area where people could hang with Scion sponsored drivers Ken Gushi and Christian Rado.