Hyundai, Ford and Mazda are there for flood victims in Colorado

Posted on Friday, 27 September 2013 , 04:09:15 byEmil

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Hyundai, Ford and Mazda are there for flood victims in Colorado

There are no a lot of people in need of help in Colorado, which are victims of the great floods that have devastated the region. Hyundai is trying to help as it can and it is offering $750 credit for the ones thinking of buying any new Hyundai vehicle model year 2013 or newer. A new car is not their main concern, for sure and this is why Hyundai is not just offering a new way of drivers to get behind the wheels, but also a new way to recovery, or at least this is what Hyundai executive vice president of national sales declared. The ones that decide to apply for the credit must be able to provide a proof of residency and also an insurance-provided letter which indicates damage to their vehicle. The program has started back on the 18th of this month and will last until the end of the next one. Hyundai seems to be a very active company when it comes to natural disasters. They also helped the victims of Hurricane Katrina, Oklahoma tornadoes, Mid-Tennessee floods and of course, Sandy. Hyundai has its main office in Costa Mesa, California. Vehicles are being distributed throughout the US by Hyundai Motor America and are being sold and serviced through more than 820 dealerships nationwide. Moving on, we also have to say that Mazda is not being insensitive to this situation and has also donated $25.000 to American Red Cross and $15.000 to Human Society of Boulder Valley Supporting Disaster Relief, which is very impressive as well.