Rollx Vans, one of the nation's leading manufacturers of wheelchair accessible vans, has announced the availability of its vehicles at rental agencies located at selected airports around the country.
A first-of-its kind strategic collaboration with Paraquad Automobility and Hincklease, Inc., will offer Rollx wheelchair accessible Dodge and Chrysler minivans at Thrifty Car Rental, Dollar Rent-A-Car and Payless Car Rental at airport locations in Salt Lake City, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Austin and Killeen, TX and Panama City Beach FL.
"We're proud to team up with Paraquad and Hincklease to provide even more options for travelers with disabilities," said Mike Harris, Rollx president. "Our mission is to improve people's lives, and this partnership certainly is in keeping with that commitment."
Utah-based Paraquad is a specialized vehicle mobility company that offers new technologies for partially and full adaptive vehicles. Hincklease provides vehicles to car rental operators in almost all 50 states. The two companies exclusively represent Rollx Vans in the car rental industry.
Rollx was founded nearly 40 years ago, and is now a recognized leader in the manufacture and sale of new and used wheelchair accessible vans.
For more information, contact Scott Andrews, Rollx Director of Sales & Marketing at 952.890.7851 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT ROLLX VANS - Rollx Vans, headquartered in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburb of Shakopee, MN, will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2012. Rollx is the recognized leader in the manufacture and sale of new and used wheelchair accessible vans, and its inventory of more than 200 new and used vehicles is the nation's largest.
Rollx Vans converts the Dodge, Chrysler, Volkswagen, and Honda minivan, and the Ford full-size wheelchair van. The company serves as the complete, one-stop shop for all their customers' accessible van needs.
Rollx has made a commitment to fulfilling its mission of improving people's lives by consistently donating more than 30 percent of its annual profits to charitable causes such as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, the Paralyzed Veterans of America, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Rollx has also established its own Wounded Warrior program by providing wheelchair accessible vans to recently injured soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.