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This article brought to you courtesy of Dan Schofield of Weston Kia, Gresham Outlook Insider Automotive Expert.

Dan Schofield

Kia America made a $200,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help with disaster relief and provide shelter, food and comfort to those affected by Hurricane Ida.  In addition, Kia Motors Finance customers affected by Hurricane Ida may be eligible for payment relief solutions. Impacted Kia Motors Finance customers can call the company's customer service line at (866) 331-5632 to learn more about their options during this difficult time.

"Helping individuals and communities in need is part of Kia's brand purpose and these funds will support people impacted by this devastating storm," said Sean Yoon, president & CEO, Kia North America and Kia America. "Responding to disasters is a team effort and Kia applauds the American Red Cross and its trained workers from across the United States who quickly mobilized emergency supplies into multiple states."

Kia's support of the American Red Cross is part of the company's "Accelerate The Good" initiative, which has provided more than $2.5 million to those in need since 2019. In addition to monetary donations, Kia Team Member volunteers assembled personal protective equipment (PPE) at Kia's manufacturing plant in Georgia for front line medical staff early in the COVID-19 pandemic, ultimately delivering more than 550,000 face shields to hospitals and medical centers across the country.

At Weston Kia we are proud to be part of the "Accelerate The Good" program and encourages its employees, partners and you to give more. For information on how to donate please visit www, Everyone wins at Weston.

Weston Kia

22555 S.E. Stark Street

Portland, OR 97030


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