Oneness Mobility Show Discusses Left Foot Accelerator Cars; Touching Story by Pat Alford; and More!

Tune in to the Oneness Mobility Show each Wednesday at 12:30 pm. The show features host Rev. Radio Ray Raysor and co-host Oneness Mobility’s CEO Bob Alford. On this week’s show the discussion turns to left-foot accelerated vehicles. Also, co-owner Pat Alford tells story of how a modified vehicle can change lives. Finally, roving reporter Renee Raysor adds an economic perspective to the impact Oneness Mobility has had on its community.

Listen to the show below:

Oneness Mobility Launches Radio Show on Radio’s WOL 95.9 FM and 1450 AM

For over 33 years, Oneness Mobility has been offering vehicle modifications for the disabled community. The company’s mission is to ensure its clients’ safety, comfort and convenience. The show which is hosted by radio legend, Rev. Ray Raysor and Oneness Mobility’s CEO Bob Alford is aligned with its mission of being an advocate for the disabled community.

The May 31st  show is the “maiden voyage” of many show’s to come. Listen to the show below:

Reverend “Radio” Ray Raysor Featured in Greenbelt News Review

Reverend Ray Raysor
Reverend Ray Raysor
Greenbelters’ Radio Show Addresses Sight and Vision

(Greenbelt News Review  by Matt Arbach)
Greenbelters Reverend “Radio” Ray Raysor and his wife, Rene Sewell-Raysor know that getting older is accompanied by an increased risk of developing a disability. This can be a daunting and frightening prospect and one can often feel isolated and without support. Information on services, equipment and advice from those in the know is very often not readily on hand, yet is so vitally important. To alleviate this situation, they produce Sight ’n Vision and Senior Talk Radio.

Read the story in the February 23 News Review

Sight ‘n Vision Joins the Marketing Pulpit International Network

ray-bwSight ‘n Vision is a weekly 30 minute radio show heard every Friday at 3:00 DST on  BlogTalk Radio.

The target demographic is persons living with disabilities and senior citizens who may experience age-related limitations.

The Sight n’ Vision Mission is to educate and offer support to the disability and senior communities about services which can enhance their quality of life.