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05/15/14 ID: 8766
2015 KIA OPTIMA
The 2015 Optima midsize sedan, built in the U.S.* at Kia’s West Point, Ga., facility (KMMG), arrives with the next-generation of UVO eServices and a number of subtle interior refinements meant to improve ergonomics and offer a more premium experience. Significantly updated last year, the 2015 Optima remains available in LX, EX, SX, SX Turbo and SX-Limited trims for the new model year.
12/22/14 ID: 9753
NBA ALL-STAR BLAKE GRIFFIN STARS AS A WILD WEST LAWMAN, A GLADIATOR AND A FIGHTER PILOT IN NEW AD CAMPAIGN FOR KIA’S BEST-SELLING OPTIMA SEDAN
NBA All-Star Blake Griffin and his comedic talents are back in a starring role in a series of new television commercials for Kia’s best-selling Optima midsize sedan. Continuing the signature, satirical comedy of previous efforts, Griffin is cast in the lead role for several big-budget action movies set in the Old West, ancient Rome and an aircraft carrier in the series of three 60-and 30-second spots. Much to the concern of his directors, Griffin begins improvising and replaces his scripted mode of transport – be it horse, chariot or fighter jet – arriving instead in the Kia Optima, and making each movie better if he does so say himself. The first spot, “Showdown,” begins airing online today and on television on Christmas day during NBA programming with the others debuting throughout the NBA season.
04/29/15 ID: 10170
KIA MOTORS AMERICA TO SHARE WORLD-CLASS VEHICLES AND EXPERT CAR-BUYING KNOWLEDGE AT MOM 2.0 SUMMIT
Kia Motors America (KMA) is proud to serve as Presenting Sponsor and Official Transportation Sponsor of the 2015 Mom 2.0 Summit – April 29 - May 1 – a forum intended for sharing ideas, developing creative content and highlighting programs and platforms that engage audiences, online and beyond. Among the activities, workshops and keynote speaker opportunities, Kia and its national philanthropic partner, DonorsChoose.org, will host a roundtable discussion entitled, “Finding Partnerships that Give Back: Working with Brands for Social Good,” to discuss how the two organizations have collaborated to deliver more than $5 million of badly needed educational resources to public school classrooms across the country.