Trevor Williams, a junior at East Henderson High, decided that he wanted to make a difference, so he decided to make “In God We Trust” decals for fire trucks, and for free.
The 16-year-old already has his own decal business, and decided that he wanted to do something special for the Valley Hill Fire and Rescue team.
Williams, whose parents both work in emergency services, says he is used to hearing nothing but bad things when it comes to emergency services, so he wanted to do something good.
Williams started his decal business, known as TJ Customs, when he was only 14.
He purchases the vinyl, cuts the stickers, and installs them himself as his way of giving back to the community.
Williams put stickers on each truck at Valley Hill’s main station, and is now in the process of outfitting the fire trucks at Valley Hill’s other three stations.
The firefighters are excited about their new decals.
Williams said he will ship 10 free “In God We Trust” decals to any EMS agency in the country that is interested. Any amount over the first 10 will be sold for a minimal fee.
Williams wants to continue his decal business after high school.
Any emergency service agency can contact Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org if they are interested in purchasing some decals. Shipping charges will apply outside of Henderson, Buncombe and Polk counties.
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