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ATC Ambassador Spotlights
LAREDO, TEXAS: Jose Hernandez is the coolest kid on campus with his ATC-converted Chevrolet Silverado. A student at Texas A&M International University, Jose is studying to be a computer engineer while cruising in his dark blue Z71 during his free time. "Some of my hobbies are hanging out with friends and going to the movies,...
CALHAN, COLORADO: ATC is making life easier for two Colorado adventurers. Almost seven years ago, Carol Lugg became paralyzed, transforming her and her husband William's lives. In need of transportation that would survive the rough terrain in which they live, they began researching wheelchair-accessible vehicles. In rural Colorado, a minivan isn't an option; the dirt roads...

Over the past 15 years, 6,600 Americans have been killed due to the wars and countless others have experienced major limb amputations and traumatic brain injuries. These wounds take years of therapy to deal with and require the support of families, medical experts and the entire community.

Tom was a Ford Guy and pulled himself up every day to get into his F-150, falling many times. He found us online and immediately converted. He caught a ride from upstate New York to our showroom in Raleigh just as soon as his truck became available for pickup. His smile says the rest.

Paul owns a truck company in West Virginia and has always had minivans to transport him and his power chair around. His frustration with them led him to the internet, to see if there were better alternatives, and he found ATConversions.

An ATC truck, with a bow on it, is what Josh dreamed would be in his driveway come Christmas morning. Connie, his wife, was willing to move heaven and earth to help her husband get his Christmas Wish. On Thursday (Dec. 20), she and her father drove through the night from Tennessee. They made their way across the North Carolina mountains, across half the state, and into Raleigh to pick up Josh’s truck.

This week’s spotlight is on one of ATC’s most active Ambassadors, René Peterson. René, a U.S. Army Veteran, travels the country showing off his ATC Vehicle everywhere. One week finds him in a parade in Kansas City and the next at the National Veterans Wheelchair games in Orlando. He loves meeting new people and sharing with them the freedom he has obtained.