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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A Tennessee Valley business is giving back to their community.

Employees of University Kia in Huntsville stopped by the Downtown Rescue Mission to help feed those in need.

Their day started bright and early as they served a complete breakfast catered by Miss Juju's Café.

Organizers said the community has been great, and with Kia sales up nationwide, they were in a prime position to do something to help others.

"The big part of life is not how much you receive, it's about how much you give, and that's what we want to be about at University Kia," said General Manager Arthur Seaton. "We want to let everybody know there's nothing wrong with giving back."

The dealership makes monthly donations to their Drive for Education program, in which thousands of dollars go to upgrade technology at local schools.

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