Family and friends of missing Tennessee nursing school student Holly Bobo are soliciting the aid of the trucking industry in the search for the 20-year-old woman who disappeared from her home in Parsons, TN, April 13.

The Bobo family has created a truck decal with a photo of Holly and launched the Holly Bobo Across America Campaign in an effort to promote more searches for the missing woman who was last seen being led into the woods outside her home by a man dressed in full hunting camouflage, according to the Jackson Sun.

The idea for the trucking campaign came when a Facebook friend of Steve Hinson, owner of Amerawear Corp., called him and said she had a dream about putting Bobo’s picture on trucks traveling across the nation. Organizers have sold 120 decals to 104 different trucking companies to display on their trucks.

“All it takes is one picture,” Hinson said.

Truck decals measure 2x3 ft. and cost $25.50 plus tax and shipping. Window clings measure 8x10 in. and cost $5.50 plus tax and shipping. Anyone wishing to purchase decals for their trucks or window clings for their cars can call Steve Hinson at (866) 363-1140 or (731) 968-5977.