Advanced Driving Systems Hosts Coloring Contest Fundraiser

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A coloring contest is the source to raise money for FDOA’s hunting program.

For the month of January, Advanced Driving Systems is hosting a coloring contest. This contest is open to children under the age of 12 and all proceeds will be donated to the Florida Disabled Outdoors Association.

The Florida Disabled Outdoors Association (FDOA) — a non-profit organization working toward enriching lives through accessible recreation — will be receiving these proceeds to be put toward their hunting program.

The coloring contest hosted by Advanced Driving Systems is open to any child 12 years of age or younger. One entry per child is permitted and can be posted to either the Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. Facebook page or to Twitter @ADSTallahassee. Both pictures and scans of the child’s coloring are acceptable.

Advanced Driving System will donate $1 for every entry received, up to 500 entries, to the FDOA for their annual hunting trip fund. The contest begins Jan. 18. All entries must be submitted before Feb. 15, 2016. Each contestant will be automatically entered to win prizes. The prizes are as follows:

1st Place: $50 gift card to Academy Sports
2nd Place: $25 gift card to Academy Sports
3rd Place: $10 gift card to Academy Sports

Participate in the fun contest that makes a positive difference! For more contest details and information, visit

About the Company:
Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. offers a variety of services. There is no job too big or too small. From scooter repairs to full custom van conversions, Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. is a one-stop independence mobility center. They offer competitive prices and complete customer satisfaction, making them one of the largest authorized dealers in North Florida. When it comes to quality and dependability, ADS delivers. Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. stocks a variety of scooters, vans and accessories in-house. Check out their vehicle selection at

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