MobilityWorks, a retailer of wheelchair-accessible vans, is offering its customers a $1 rental on November 3 to provide those in the wheelchair community the ability to vote in person if they so choose.

In addition to providing $1 rentals to their customers, MobilityWorks is also making it possible for civic-minded employees to work the polls.

“Each year we provide our team members with three paid social responsibility days that they can use to give back to their communities in a variety of meaningful ways.

“This year we are encouraging them to help their communities and volunteer at the polls.”

— Jillian Montmarquet, Chief Human Resources Officer at MobilityWorks

“Our focus has always been to enable people who use wheelchairs to go where they want to go and do what they want to do.

“We are proud to support our civic minded customers who have the ability to choose how they want to vote by removing transportation limitations.”

— ” said Chris Paczak, Chief Marketing Officer at MobilityWorks

Cleveland-based MobilityWorks encompasses more than 90 locations in 31 states. For more information, visit MobilityWorks.

[Source(s): MobilityWorks, PRWeb]

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