The Theodore company donates a golf cart to a voluntary organization

THEODORE, Ala. (WALA) – The United States V-Shock Operations Corps has received a brand new addition – a silver Yamaha golf cart with custom decals.

The cart was donated by small business Cart Dr. to Theodore.

US V-Shock is an all-volunteer organization of veterans and current members who perform missions such as search and rescue.

Lt. Robert Montague said the golf cart will help get injured members to medical attention quickly.

“Especially with our search and rescue mission, it takes us into the field, okay,” Montague said. “And we’ll send out a foot patrol and a lot of times the subject isn’t ambulatory so we need a cause to get them out.” we go this trolley is equipped with rails in the back, we can add a back plank and we can transport the victim.”

Cart Dr. owners Tricia Slack and Stephen Coleman said donating the cart to US V-shock was a no-brainer and they were happy to do so.

“Well, you know, it makes us feel good,” said Stephen Coleman, who is also the managing director of Cart Dr. don’t donate, so that was a good thing. He wants to be part of the community, we are part of the community, so it was just one of those things that you bring together.

US V-Shock also honored both owners with humanitarian awards.

If you would like to help or donate, you can contact US Veterans Service Help Operations Corps on Facebook.

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