(PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Nutley KIA, the auto dealership that has served the New Jersey community since 2005, has announced a new contest to win a two-night stay in Atlantic City, NJ for two people.
The “Spot a Kia” contest, courtesy of Nutley KIA, invites people to enter by submitting pictures of Kia vehicles. Participants can submit their photo entries by posting them to Instagram or Nutley Kia's Twitter page, using the hashtag, #spotakia.
For every entry, Nutley KIA will donate one dollar to The Phoenix Center, an accredited, not-for-profit school serving families of students with autism, multiple disabilities, behavioral and intellectual disabilities.
“We are very excited to offer this contest to our friends, both online and in the New Jersey community,” said John Sweeney, sales manager for Nutley KIA. “Sending two of our fans to a fantastic New Jersey getaway is our way of saying thanks for making us your preferred car dealership.”
Jim Russomano, Nutley KIA partner and operating manager, said, “Our dealership, and the automotive industry as a whole, has seen significant growth in this first quarter. It is our pleasure, as partners in the community, to celebrate that success by making a donation to The Phoenix Center, which does great work for children and families in New Jersey."
The contest runs from March 31 through April 14, 2014. Contest is open to residents of the New Jersey and New York area who are over the age of 21 at time of entry. Each person may submit one entry per day. For more details, visit http://www.facebook.com/KIAofNutley. Follow Nutley KIA on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook for the latest news, information, and promotions.
About Nutley KIA:
We are an independent, family owned and operated KIA dealership located in Nutley, NJ. We offer competitive pricing with financing and lease options. Our technicians are factory trained and certified and our customer service is top notch. Find us on the web at http://www.nutleykia.net.
About the Phoenix Center:
The Phoenix Center is an accredited, not-for-profit school serving the educational, behavioral and therapeutic needs of students ages 5-21 with autism, multiple disabilities, behavioral and intellectual disabilities. The school features customized, evidence-based programs—developed for each student—anchored by a hands-on, real-life, community-based instruction model. Visit them online at http://www.thephoenixcenternj.org.