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Five Winter Festivals in North and South Carolina
Fireworks, Winterfest, big band music and more

January may be cold and gray at times, but it can still be just as colorful as any other month when you take part in a variety of festivals and special events. From ushering in the New Year to eating oysters, taking a plunge in a cold lake, listening to big band music or laughing yourself silly, we’ve got some ideas on how to make the most of the first month of the year.

Kia Technology
HD Radio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and your USB port

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No matter how long you spend in the car on your daily commute, Kia makes it fun by offering its drivers a variety of entertainment options. You can tap into the world of exclusive satellite radio content with SiriusXM, check out local radio stations you never knew existed with HD Radio, or use the USB port to listen to your own playlists.

Kia: Warranty
Kia sets the bar with industry-leading warranty program

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Before buying a new car, you probably want to make sure that the manufacturer promises to stand behind their product. And that’s just what each Kia does. The proof: Their prestigious 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain warranty.

Kia Gets Social
Join the conversation

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Perhaps you use Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to stay connected with friends and family, but did you know that Kia Motors America also uses these tools to broaden their community outreach? Social media not only provides customers with enriching content, but also allows for interaction. These modern marvels make it easy to share stories, ask questions and even discover great deals and find out about all upcoming models and events.

Favorite Comic Strips
Comic strips make you look at life with a smile

Colorful characters, witty lines and creative plot lines that reflect cultural shifts are some of the reason comic strips entertain us, even in this age of the Internet and social media. Funny and entertaining, comic strips also make us ponder bigger issues.

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