Thu, Sep 13, 2012 | by TJ JuskiewiczShare
Are you looking for a RAGBRAI Bus? You can also be helping a great cause in Iowa!
Link Associates is a Polk County based service provider for individuals with intellectual disabilities. They run a very large transportation program using small busses. All of the equipment is kept in impeccable condition and always fully serviced and maintained. Every 5 years they roll over their fleet, leaving vehicles to market each year.
If your team is looking for used vehicles to provide transportation, Link Associates may be able to assist you. The vehicles have handicapped accessible fold up seats, allowing for large cargo space if not being used and all have lifts, handy for loading and unloading.
E350 Ford Econoline Chasis
5 speed Overdrive Automatic Transmission
Cruise Control/Tilt Wheel
Dual Rear Tires
Front & Rear AC
Inter-mitten Windshield wipers
65,000 BTU Front & Rear Heat
Gray Vinyl level 1 finish seats
30”-36” Manually operated ADA entrance door
Dual ADA Grab Bars for Entry
Braun ADA Lift
Q-Strait Wheelchair tie-downs
12+2 Wheelchair configuration
All vehicles run well, serviced regularly, clean, white in color, ADA compliant.
Call Link Associates at 515-262-8888 and ask for Scott at extension 261, or email email@example.com
Link Associates is a unique community based non-profit organization that provides services for persons with intellectual disabilities and their families. Link believes strongly that every member of our community has equitable opportunities to participate fully in their community and neighborhood. Link Associates serves over 1200 of our neighbors with mental disabilities and their families. The services offered by Link support each individual’s full integration into the Greater Des Moines Community.
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