If you were driving along Rocky Mount's Old Franklin Turnpike near the CVS, it was anything but quiet.

Supporters of Heather Hodges held signs asking drivers to give a little tap on the horn.

“It’s important to me because Heather deserves this attention. She deserves any attention that I can give her as her being a part of this community and my friend,” said Cheryl Pagans.

Hodges was last seen, at her home on Shady Lane in Rocky Mount in April of 2012 and hasn't been heard from since. Her mother, Paula was also asking for support Sunday morning and was excited to see the community's response.

I think it's wonderful. The community needs to be aware along with helping law enforcement with any tips they could gather up or get,” said Paula Hodges.

“It's great to see that they are supporting us and supporting the family of Heather Hodges,” said supporter Joshua Moore.

Members from national organizations like CUE, Center for Missing Persons and Help Save the Next Girl, also held up signs for Heather.

“I'm pleased to know that they are with us in our efforts to bring heather home,” said Pagans.

Their hope is that with more people out and about this summer, they’ll be more vigilant.