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Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure Visits AACA Fall Meet in Hershey, PA
For over 30 years, DADC’s family of hand controls have helped people living with disability get back to driving in safety. In their work, they have seen first-hand how driving again can inspire confidence, fitness, and fun. The Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure is an extension of this work.
“We inherited a treasure,” said DADC owner Lee Perry, “How do we make the most of it? Complete the restoration and adapt it with hand controls, stylized to match the gleaming, chrome and red interior, and put it on the road, not in a museum. Who will drive it? Disabled drivers, of course!”
The Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure will be at the Flea Market, OBC 47, selling vintage items. 100% of sales will go to restoring the Hudson – the mobility adaptation is all on DADC. Plus, each purchase is an entry to win a unique, antique and classic car themed prize – complements of these generous donors, including:
My Tee Shirts (www.etsy.com/
Pop Chart Lab (www.etsy.com/
Pink Butter Fly (www.etsy.com/
Little Taste of Italy (www.etsy.com/
Eden Manus Photography (www.etsy.com/
Drawn to Hotrods (www.etsy.com/
SEW Designs 13 (www.etsy.com/
T Nycek Artist (www.etsy.com/
Dragon Fly Buzz (www.etsy.com/
“A huge thank you to all of the talented artisans who donated their cool products for the Show,” continued Mr. Perry. “Their generosity has overwhelmed us, and will help bring us closer to our goal – “arrive and drive” events for disabled drivers and a trip across the U.S., including historic Route 66, to raise awareness about disability, and the antique and classic car passion, with wounded warriors and other disabled drivers at the wheel. Adventure is out there!”
Learn more about the Hudson Hornet Mobility Adventure, its sponsors, and how you can get involved at www.DrivingAids.com.
About Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC):
Family owned and operated, Driving Aids Development Corporation (DADC) has been helping people living with disability get back to driving for over 30 years with safe, reliable and attractive hand controls. For more information, contact DADC at (888) 762-1046 or www.DrivingAids.com. Like DADC on Facebook to stay tuned for future events and giveaways.