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Anti-bullying Revolution 02/22/2016

Anti-Bullying Day (or Pink Shirt day) is a day when people wear a pink shirt to symbolize a stand against bullying, an idea that originated in Canada. It is celebrated on various dates around the world. In 2012, the United Nations declared the official day to be May 4, which was recognized by over 25 countries worldwide, including the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.  The original event was organized by David Shepherd and Travis Price of Berwick, Nova Scotia, who in 2007 bought and distributed 50 pink shirts after male ninth grade student Charles McNeill was bullied ...

Revolution Remembers 10/31/2015

At Revolution Auto Group, we feel that we are very lucky to live in this great country of Canada.  Canada would not be as great as it is if it wasn't for the efforts and sacrificies made by those who have defended us and fought for the lives that we enjoy now.  Not only do we have the greatest appreciation for those who have served and gave all, but we are also very proud of and thankful for those brave men and women who continue to "stand on guard for thee". We invite you to visit our Facebook page to view our Remembrance ...

Kia National Soccer Equipment Drive 08/05/2015

Kia Canada will be hosting the National Soccer Equipment Drive from August 21st to September 30th,.   Communities will be encouraged to bring new or gently used soccer equipment to their local Kia dealerships. We'll be collecting this equipment to later donate to soccer organizations/teams. Keep in mind that this is for the support of youth soccer. Please help in encouraging friends and family to participate. Thanks!

Kia Drive Change Day - August 21st 08/05/2015

Kia Canada began the Drive Change initiative back in 2010. It's officially celebrated on August 21st and is a way for Kia dealerships to give back to their communities for the continued support of our success.     This year we'll be hosting a "fun day" at Muskoseepi Park on August 30th. The entertainment includes our bounce castle, a dunk tank, face painting by local artist Shannon Fennell, henna by Michelle Forrester of Fairie Girl Henna, food sold by the Fast Franks food truck, and live music from our very own Terry Doll and his band. The event will kick ...