MISSISSAUGA, ON, June 3 /CNW/ - Joining a multi-sponsor effort, Kia
Canada Inc. (KCI) has provided a Kia Sedona to support Brothers Bike 4 ALS.
Brothers Bike 4 ALS are Michael, AJ and Adam Teeter. Their father, Steve
Teeter died at age 37 in 1994 after a two year fight with ALS (Amyotrophic
Lateral Sclerosis). The Teeter brothers will be biking across Canada in an
effort to honour their father, raise awareness and research funding for the
ALS Society of Canada. The trip started on May 31st and will take them across
eight provinces as they ride from Vancouver, B.C. to Halifax, N.S. The Kia
Sedona will be used as a support vehicle for the brothers and family, towing
supplies and bike gear during the 63 day journey across the country.
"We are pleased to support the Teeter brothers in their endeavour to
raise awareness for ALS," said Maria Soklis, Director of Corporate Planning
and Communications. "Kia Canada is proud to participate in important community
causes that help drive resources and solutions."
For more information on Brothers Bike 4 ALS please visit
About Kia Canada Inc.
Kia Canada Inc. (http://www.kia.ca) - is a subsidiary of Kia Motors
Corporation (KMC) in Korea. Founded in Canada in 1998, Kia Canada Inc. sells
and services high quality class leading vehicles like the Rondo and Spectra
through a network of 150 dealers nationwide. Kia Canada Inc. employs
approximately 120 people in its Mississauga, Ontario headquarters and three
regional offices across Canada.
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