To grab the reader's attention, the front side of the flyer will share information about a contest we are running. The name of the contest is the Veterans Star Spangled Salute (logo for contest attached). We will be giving away a wheelchair accessible 2013 Toyota Sienna minivan. The header of the flyer should read: "Veterans Star Spangled Salute Wheelchair Van Giveaway." Here are the facts of the contest:
-2013 Toytoa Sienna SE with a VMI Northstar Conversion
-Sponsored by Toyota and Vantage Mobility International (logos attached)
-Runs through November 10 and is open to all disabled veterans
-The winner will be picked through a drawing on Veteran's Day
-For more information or contest rules, contact the Creative Mobility Group at 888-998-4264
The front side of the flyer should include the above mentioned details of the contest, along with the logos mentioned. Additionally, include a picture of the wheelchair accessible vehicle we are giving away (image attached).
Back Side of Flyer
The purpose of the flyer is to bring awareness to disabled veterans about their benefits related to receiving financial assistance for vehicle modifications to make their car wheelchair accessible. Also, to make them aware of a grant they may be eligible towards the purchase of a vehicle. This information will be on the back side of the flyer.
The header of the back side of the flyer should read: "Did you know you may be eligible for these VA benefits?"
Operation Independence (logo attached)
Operation Independence is an awareness campaign to help Veterans understand and utilize their vehicle mobility benefits such as the auto allowance grant and the automobile adaptive equipment program. These benefits, along with the assistance of the Creative Mobility Group, can help a Veteran select and purchase a wheelchair accessible vehicle that best fits their needs.
Operation Independence helps Veterans get into their first wheelchair accessible van. The Creative Mobility Group will give Veterans a $1000 rebate towards the van to be converted for wheelchair accessibility.
Veteran Mobility Vehicle Benefits
The Auto Allowance Grant: This program provides eligible Veterans with a federal grant of $19,505 towards the purchase of a wheelchair accessible vehicle. This grant is paid to the seller of the vehicle and must be approved by the VA before the purchase.
The Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program: This program provides eligible Veterans equipment and training to enter, exit and/or operate a motor vehicle. This equipment includes but not limited to platform wheelchair lifts, kneeling systems, power door openers, lowered floors/raised roofs, raised doors, hand controls and braking and digital driving systems.
Non Service Connected Van Modifications: This program provides eligible Veterans with non-operational equipment for entry and exit to the van. Issuance of equipment is considered medical and is not included as part of the Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program.
Include picture of Toyota Sienna (for back side) and Toyota Sienna (driver); both attached.
In larger, bold font: "For more information or assistnace, please contact a mobility consultant at the Creative Mobility Group 888-998-4262."