APRIL - Autism Awareness Month

Every April Rolling Buddies celebrates World Autism Month, beginning with United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. Throughout the month, we provide opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism.

Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Bundle Dark Blue Autism Plastic Door and Car Plastic Sign
Regular price $ 33.99
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10% OFF SITE WIDE SALE

Spread awareness for autism with 10% off storewide type autism10 at checkout.

A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
A Loved One with Autism Car Sign
Regular price $ 14.99
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 Emergencies are not planned, especially when you are in your vehicle with your family.  Protect your loved ones by letting first responders know that your child may need additional assistance.

  • Visible through tinted glass
  • Durable Plastic Construction for Outdoor Use
  • Custom printed with UV special Ink will not fade
  • Sign is 6" x 6"
  • Suction Cup Hardware provided

Sign reads as follows:

A Loved One with Autism is on board.  In an emergency, they may be unaware of danger, not respond, or resist help.  Thank you for your assistance.

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