ASP has entered a corporate partnership with Enterprise Holdings, the parent company of Enterprise and National. We recognize that acquiring vehicles for your service experience to Central Appalachia is a large expense and Enterprise is now offering discounts and other benefits to ASP volunteers. You can find a summary of their rates and benefits here.
For further details, please read ASP’s Enterprise Corporate Account Manager, Brandon Beaverson, Letter of Introduction and Instruction to ASP Volunteers here.
We ask that you direct any questions or concerns regarding this partnership, and how it will work with your group, to Brandon at: Cell: (865) 321-0708 | Email
Please note that this opportunity is optional.
When you arrange for your transportation, you need to plan to have one vehicle for each work crew. There will be no extra transportation available at each center. Vehicles should be able to transport up to 7 people, along with tools, equipment, coolers, lunches, and building supplies or materials to the worksites each day.
We have found that larger vans work best, but this is not a requirement. Minivans, trucks, or SUVs will work, but if minivans or cars are used, you need to prepare for the limitations of these vehicles in our service area. Large buses as a group’s only means of transportation are strictly prohibited.
When groups come with vehicles that are not capable of hauling supplies to the worksite, they may experience long delays in receiving what they need for their project. If this is the case, it may be a good idea to have a floating volunteer in a pick up truck or other large vehicle to help the staff deliver materials faster.