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Two Participants in the Local Hero Van Giveaway Secure and Receive Wheelchair Accessible Vans with the Help of Superior Van and Mobility
Date:12/11/2012

ise money through special events. Their fundraising efforts were so successful that the family was able to secure a BraunAbility Companion van and have it delivered at the “Light Up Shelbyville” tree lighting ceremony on November 10.

“It was an honor to be able to deliver to Glenn and the Hall family their handicap van. To them it wasn’t simply a wheelchair accessible van, it was about regaining their family’s freedom and mobility,” said Paul Erway, a mobility expert with Superior, who was also involved with fundraising efforts from the beginning.

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About Superior Vans and Mobility
Superior Van & Mobility is dedicated to providing persons with disabilities the most innovative mobility solutions on the market. Celebrating its 36th year of serving the disabled community, Superior provides lowered floor minivans, mobility seating options, hand controls, Scooters and Wheelchair Lifts, and a variety of other driving aids, all of which meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS). Superior Van & Mobility has nine locations throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Eastern Tennessee and South East Louisiana. They also offer equipment training for all of its products. For more information, visit http://www.superiorvan.com.

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