Car Pros Kia ALABAMA
With a multitude of accomplishments to his credit, Alvin “Alabama” Lovett is a believer who gives back to the people and supports communities where he lives and works. As the top salesman at Car Pros KIA of Carson, the #1 KIA dealership in the country, Alabama has been able to change people’s lives for the better. One of the reasons that he has been able to excel at his job, and in life, is because he truly cares about helping people. And, to that end, Alabama has become the moral compass for Car Pros KIA of Carson.
Recognized by several organizations for his selfless caring and sharing, Alabama has humbly received numerous accolades, awards and commendations for giving his time, energy, talent and personal finances to Southern California communities in need.
Among his beneficiaries are The City of Carson, whose Black Chamber of Commerce recently honored him as the Guru of Auto Sales and Community Services. The Mayor and City Council of Carson recognized Alabama for Outstanding Customer Service to its citizens. He co-sponsored several events, including the July 4th Celebration, the Juneteenth Celebration and the Jazz Festival. He has supported the Athletic Department at Carson High School and been involved with their Women’s Club Scholarship. The City of Carson has been proud to have Alabama as a significant tax revenue generator, as well as the city’s biggest ambassador, bringing a huge amount of visitors to the area.
Recently, Alabama initiated a partnership between two powerful leaders and their awesome organizations: Ken Phillips, Owner and President of Car Pros KIA of Carson, and Phil Wilson, President and CEO of The Black AIDS Institute, the leading HIV/AIDS voice in Black America. This collaboration creates one of the biggest AIDS awareness efforts ever to be launched, and it is coming right out of the City of Carson.
Learn more about Alabama including his walk accross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma that later lead to the Voter Rights Act of 1965. Alabama was an early pioneer campaigning for MLK Day celebration.
"If you miss Alabama you miss a good friend"
"If you miss Jesus Christ you miss everything"