ADSCAR taking small business on the road with new, mobile advertising venture

ADSCAR WellspringMichael Stillwell, founder and president of ADSCAR, Inc., presents a donation to Lura January of Wellspring Resources of Alton as part of ADSCAR’s commitment to give back to the community.

 

ADSCAR, Inc., an Alton-based, mobile advertising company that focuses on small business advertising, is gaining traction with a unique, eye-catching, street legal, stock car theme.

“ADSCAR doesn’t race with its car, it is simply applying, to the public roads, a proven and successful advertising model that has already been used on race tracks for decades,” Founder and President Michael Stillwell said.

Small businesses are catching on, desiring to get their business name and logo exposed within the marketplace in a new and refreshing way, he said

Since its launch June 1, ADSCAR has filled its first vehicle, called ADSCAR 1, a quarter of the way with logos and names of small business sponsors and has completed two charity events to local level non-profit organizations within the St. Louis Metropolitan Areas and Regions: RiverBend Head Start and Family Services and WellSpring Resources, both based in Alton.

On top of giving small businesses exposure, ADSCAR ties facets of community and economic development into its model by using resources primarily found at the local level and performing charity events in which a portion of proceeds are gifted to local level non-profit organizations.

Scot Elliott of Ninja Challenge, a small business sponsor garnering exposure through ADSCAR, said the company provides him a way to get his business name and logo in front of people in a unique way. “And the best part, it is affordable for the small business and keeps local money within the community.”

Follow the company at ADSCAR.US and ADSCAR FaceBook.

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