Kia breathes life into old Georgia te...

Kia breathes life into old Georgia textile mill town

There are 2 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Mar 31, 2010, titled Kia breathes life into old Georgia textile mill town. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

This old textile mill town of 3,500 along the Alabama border 80 miles southwest of Atlanta is dealing with a problem it hasn't had in ages: Downtown is booming so much it's often hard to find a parking spot.

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Jamaica, NY

#1 Apr 1, 2010
This is news. We need more domestic jobs and I thank this company for providing jobs for these people. Some car manufacturers could take a lesson from kia.

Since: Mar 10

Huntsville, AL

#2 Apr 2, 2010
I love my kia! I bought it new from the dealership three years ago and it has been a great automobile. I was a little hesitant about the purchase at first because of it being a "foreign" make but the price and the safety of the car made me go through with it. Now that I see this article I am even more satisfied with decision. I will buy Kia again now.

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