As you may have already heard, this year's Chick-fil-A Moo've It 5K has been converted to a virtual Race in Place. We are saddened that this event is unable to occur as it was originally planned, but we're thankful that we're able to move forward with the race in the safest way possible. Though the race isn't quite what we had planned for, our incredible sponsors, such as Carriage Kia of Woodstock, have been so gracious to still offer their support to both the Cherokee County Special Olympics and the Cherokee County Educational Foundation.
CCEF Executive Director, Lisa-Marie Haygood, stated, "I would like to personally commend Carriage Kia for staying the course and continuing to support CCEF and the Cherokee County Special Olympics. I hope you will join me in not only thanking but supporting Carriage Kia as they have helped pull our community together for this good cause - because now, more than ever, community support for our public-school students and teachers is critical for building a quality future for Cherokee County."
Carriage Kia Partners with the Community
Back in April, CCEF and Carriage Kia entered into a partnership that opened doors for the Cherokee County School District. Carriage Kia committed to not only selling a new Kia (with the exception of a Telluride) to CCSD teachers, alumni, administration, parents, and students at dealer cost but also donates $250 to the school with which the purchaser is affiliated.Learn more about this promotion here.
Carriage Kia has been open for just over 3 years but has made a great impact on our community in that short amount of time. They were recognized as the #1 Kia retailer in Georgia for both 2018 and 2019, and also earned the prestigious President's Club award, which is given to the most elite group of dealerships in the nation. They have not only sold thousands of cars, but have also become known for being a caring, family-owned, and community-driven organization.
Their dedication to service and the community is obvious through their many amenities. They have a dog park and water bowls for your four-legged family members, a kids play area for your little ones while you're car shopping, and they even have a state-of-the-art gym, complete with showers and dressing rooms for customers to use while their car is being serviced. They offer Starbucks coffee to customers and provide space for non-profit organizations to train their employees and volunteers. They don't just talk the talk; they walk the walk. With a passion for customer service, glowing reviews from buyers, and an obvious heart for Cherokee County, we're proud to partner with Carriage Kia and thankful for their involvement in the 2020 Chick-fil-A Race in Place.