Beware of this company. They employ underhanded and deceptive practices to get people though the door. Kiefer Kia sent out "sweepstakes" scratcher flyers to advertise their dealer fair in Roseburg. When scratched, the flyers imply that you've won a pretty big cash prize in attempt to lure you to their fair. However, when you get there, they have sleazy, pushy salesmen try to talk you into buying. The "winning" flyers are not real winners. Rather, they have the supposed winning codes on-site. The "jackpot" scratch-offs are of no relevance. A total waste of time. I would not deal with a company that uses such deceptive practices to bring people in. Here's a novel idea -- how about being honest instead? Maybe draw people in with food and entertainment...Or maybe that's too much cost and effort? Is false pretenses easier? If they have such practices, one can only wonder what other underhanded tactics they use in their car sales.