National Automotive Association

of the Deaf (NAAD) makes Debut

Key Words:Deaf Ed. Info., Organizations

Type: Announcement

Topic: Deafness

Focus: National Automotive Association of the Deaf

Summary:

"The National Automotive Association of the Deaf (NAAD) is proud to make its debut as the only known auto club specifically for deaf and hard of hearing people. The co-founders, Morris Townsend (a certified mechanic) and Alan Martin, both of Greensboro, NC, wanted to provide an information bureau for deaf and hard of hearing auto enthusiasts. Those of you who are having difficulty in locating hard-to-find parts (and their fair market value) or would like tips and advice on the maintenance, restoration or customization of automobiles are welcome to contact the NAAD at 631 Manuel Road, Mayodan, NC, 27027, 910-548-2864 TTY, 910-454-5473 TTY." (p. 24, 33)

Reference:

(1994, November). News Briefs. The NAD Broadcaster, 16(11), 24, 33.

Grace Shanafelt/K.S.U. Student/Deaf Ed. Major