Cottman Trans­mis­sion re­leases col­or­ing book

Maryland Independent - - Business -

Cottman Trans­mis­sion and To­tal Auto Care has an­nounced the re­lease of a new col­or­ing and ac­tiv­i­ties book for chil­dren star­ring the Cottman Man, a char­ac­ter that has been in TV com­mer­cials, hosted a blog and taken on a fresh look in a se­ries of an­i­mated on­line shorts.

“Cottman is proud to set an ex­am­ple in Nor­folk,” Ken Barker, the lo­cal co-owner of the Wal­dorf lo­ca­tion, said in a press re­lease. “Fam­i­lies — es­pe­cially kids — are an es­sen­tial part of who we are. We are lo­cally owned and op­er­ated and our fam­ily roots run deep. We take our role in Wal­dorf se­ri­ously.”

Ken and Cara Barker, co-own­ers of the Wal­dorf lo­ca­tion, will be de­liv­er­ing stacks of the books to chil­dren at Chil­dren’s Na­tional Med­i­cal Cen­ter to­ward the end of this month. Filled with ac­tiv­i­ties, scenes to color, mazes and much more, these books are a great way to lift the spir­its of chil­dren while teach­ing them about car safety and ve­hi­cle func­tion­al­ity, the said in the press re­lease.

The Cottman col­or­ing books can also be found in the wait­ing rooms of Cottman cen­ters across Mary­land.

“When you have a chance to im­pact a child’s life in a pos­i­tive way like we do with each and ev­ery fam­ily that vis­its our lo­ca­tion, you be­gin to re­al­ize the im­por­tance of our work,” Cara Barker, said in the re­lease. “The col­or­ing books take our im­pact a step fur­ther, and we’re proud to be do­ing that in Wal­dorf.”

For more in­for­ma­tion — or to down­load an elec­tronic ver­sion of the col­or­ing book to print — go to­or­ing-book/.

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