Briefs: NRRTS, Alliance, NSM, Ride-Away
NRRTS posts webinar line-up
TRINIDAD, Colo. – NRRTS has posted its webinar offerings for 2011 to its website, www.nrrts.org. Webinars include “How to Make Your Service Department More Profitable” with Dick Fuller on Jan. 18 at 5 p.m., and “Back to the Future of Complex Rehab” with Julie Piriano on May 17 at 5 p.m. Price: $35 per webinar. For a complete list and to register, go to https://nrrts.worldsecuresystems.com/teleseminars.
Alliance Seating & Mobility stands tall
SALISBURY, N.C. – Alliance Seating & Mobility on Oct. 28 delivered a power wheelchair with stand-up capabilities to a Salisbury, N.C., man who was paralyzed from the waist down in a vehicle accident one year ago. Tim Elrod, who has been using a manual wheelchair, wanted to be able to work in his workshop, prepare dinner and, when the time came, walk his daughter down the aisle. The community raised the funds needed to purchase the LEVO Combi standing wheelchair and Sunrise Medical Jay J2 Deep Contour seat cushion. Alliance Seating, a division of The Scooter Store; LEVOUSA; MSL Associates, a LEVOUSA distributor; and Sunrise Medical provided “additional gifts,” according to a release.
NSM opens doors
CHICOPEE, Mass. – National Seating and Mobility (NSM) held an open house at its new location in Chicopee, Mass., in October. The three dozen customers, family members and friends who attended the event were treated to a tour of the location, including areas that are normally off-limits like office and work areas. They also toured the National Seating and Mobility RV, viewed the latest wheelchair models and enjoyed picnic food.
Ride-Away makes magazine’s short list
LONDONDERRY, N.H. – Ride-Away, a provider of wheelchair accessible vans, has been ranked 35th on BusinessNH Magazine’s list of the 100 top private companies in New Hampshire. In three years, Ride-Away has gone from being ranked 47th to 35th.