Kia Advocates go on all-expense paid trip to South Korea

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Loyal customers of Kia recently were treated to an all-expense paid 5-day trip to Seoul, South Korea. Giving back. This is what the Kia Advocate Program does. For several years now, the program has been rewarding Kia Advocates for their trust and loyalty to the brand

How do you become a Kia Advocate? This global program handpicks Kia customers who have been demonstrating loyalty to the brand by owning two Kia vehicles or simply being nominated by a Kia dealer.

This year, Ma. Teresa Valenzuela and her daughter, Gerarda Valenzuela; Geronimo Pedro and his mother, Lourdes Pedro; and Johnny Rios and his wife, Hidelizza Rios, were sponsored by the company to go on an all-expense 5-day trip to the home of K-pop and Koreanovelas, South Korea. From September 22 to 26, 2014, the Filipino Kia Advocates went on a tour around Seoul with fellow Advocates from other countries. One of the highlights of the trip was a Kia plant visit in Hwasung to preview the car-maker’s 2015 models.

Sending off the Kia Advocates were Columbian Autocar Corporation (CAC) executives, led by president, Ginia R. Domingo, and after-sales director, Apollo R. Rosa at Mariott Hotel in Resorts World Manila.

Addressing the Advocates, Domingo said, “meeting Kia Advocates is always an amazing feeling. Loyal customers like all of you are Kia and CAC’s lifeblood and we owe our success to your continued patronage and belief in what we do.”

Through the Kia Advocate Program, Kia gets to give in return and reward a customer’s belief in the brand.

Want to be the next Kia Advocate? Visit a Kia dealer near you for more details.

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