Archive for November, 2018
If you watch television and enjoy the creativity of commercials, then you’ll love Kia’s new 2019 Forte commercial. It’s titled “Unruled” and has a Kia Forte commercial song playing in the background. Well, it’s not actually a song, it a musical piece -Ave Maria.
Kia Forte Commercial Song
The commercial guest-stars pro race car driver Collete Davis. In the commercial, Collete launches a newly-redesigned 2019 Kia Forte over another vehicle. That other vehicle is the Red Bull Kia Forte Drift-car. The advertising team at Kia Motors America filmed Collete Davis flying through the air in slow-motion and added a classical music track in the background -Ave Maria. You can watch the commercial below.
The purpose of the commercial is to learn about the 8-inch touchscreen on the all-new 2019 Kia Forte compact car. You can watch Collete Davis put the touchscreen to the test while flying through the air. Kia’s claim at the end of the commercial is that it doesn’t have to make sense.
Because it would take thousands of dollars and hours of CGI to make the 2019 Kia Forte compact car jump over a souped-up, not-for-sale version of itself, Kia had pro race car driver Collete Davis do it in one take. You can see the making of the commercial at the very bottom.
Professional driver. Closed course. Do not attempt.
In another commercial, one without the Kia Forte commercial song playing in the background, Kia has Collete Davis demonstrate the all-new 2019 Kia Forte’s available Smart Trunk feature. The commercial features the same absurdly powerful, not-for-sale Forte drift car. Kia then challenged Collete to a high-octane game of chicken in this versatile compact car. Again, it doesn’t have to make sense, you know, nothing crazy.
Interested in learning more about the new Kia Forte? Call or visit Gateway Kia of Quakertown PA. Our qualified staff will answer any questions you have. They can also help you schedule a test drive here in the Philadelphia area. Come in and see what Kia owners love about the impressive 2019 Forte.
If you’re reading this blog, then you’re probably within a population of people who follow a daily routine. Your routine may be getting up at 6:00 AM and preparing your children for school. You may also make breakfast, lunch, and dress your children appropriately. But what if you couldn’t provide your children with the basic needs of shelter, food, or clothes? Think about this, the cold weather is breaking and your children don’t have a simple warm coat to protect them. This is difficult for some people to imagine, especially when their closet may have four or more winter coats.
Driving Away the Cold
Year after year we hear how children living in poverty go without basic needs such as food and clothing. Yet, we never consider the magnitude of how the lack of basic needs can change a life. For example, a new winter coat provides more than protection from the elements. In fact, a winter coat supports a healthy mind as well as a healthy body. In an effort to facilitate keeping our children warm, Gateway Kia Quakertown and Gateway Kia Warrington stores maintain active memberships in The Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation.
YMCA Distribution Event
Recently, staff from those stores participated in coat distribution. On Friday, October 19, 2018, Gateway Kia in Warrington and Gateway Kia in Quakertown both participated in the distribution of winter coats at the Upper Bucks County YMCA. For more information about the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation and the Driving Away the Cold program, please watch the video below or give us a call! If you’d like to make a personal donation, use this link to the More Than Auto Dealers website.
The Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Auto Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia (ADAGP). The organization is distributing a record 51,696 brand-new winter coats to area children in need this month. Approximately 7,000 new coats will be distributed in Bucks County specifically. The effort is part of the eleventh annual Driving Away the Cold program, which involves nearly 180 local auto dealers teaming up for the greater good. One in six children in the Greater Philadelphia region lives in poverty and a warm winter coat is one of the essential items they often live without. This program aims to change that.