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MobilityWorks expands assessment options 

December 17, 2020HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio – MobilityWorks is offering private needs analysis at its locations, in addition to its virtual and home-based assessments. During an in-store analysis, the client will be the only one in the showroom and will have the benefit of seeing its large selection of accessible vehicles. MobilityWorks is also, for a limited time, deferring payments for up to 90 days on new or qualifying pre-owned vehicles when financed through the company. 

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New MobilityWorks CEO emphasizes customers, technology

September 25, 2020Liz Beaulieu, Editor

RICHFIELD, Ohio - For Bryan Everett, the new CEO of MobilityWorks, everything is personal. At his previous positions at Rite Aid and Target, his passion was the customer experience. At MobilityWorks, it's that, too, plus a mother who has MS and who will likely need a wheelchair and an accessible vehicle at some point. Here's what Everett had to say about what drew him to MobilityWorks after many years working in retail and health care for big companies, and what could be in store for MobilityWorks...

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MobilityWorks reaches out—virtually

March 25, 2020HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio - MobilityWorks has announced the launch of its first ever Virtual Mobility Expo on March 26 at 2 p.m. EST. Craig Harlow, regional manager, marketing, will walk attendees through all that the company has to offer. Attendees will also hear from company representatives on its expanded services, virtual appointments and free delivery. “During the expo, we will have experts on hand in each of these offerings available to chat with you in real time either by phone or chat,”...

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MobilityWorks expands services

March 19, 2020HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio - MobilityWorks has announced it plans to remain open amid the coronavirus outbreak, but it is also offering free pick-up and drop off within 100 miles of its locations and in-home or virtual appointments. When servicing vehicles, it will take measures to sanitize based on guidance from the CDC. “We know that having reliable transportation is an essential need for all of us,” the company said. “It is even more important during these challenging and unprecedented...

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Contest winners: Wheels UP!, MobilityWorks and VMI

November 1, 2019HME News Staff

Richard Corbett is the winner of the Wheels UP! accessible travel photo contest. Corbett submitted a photo of himself working out at the Original Muscle Beach in Santa Monica, Calif. The contest is sponsored by SPORTS 'N SPOKES Magazine, the Abilities Expo and Cure Medical. Corbett will receive a $1,000 Southwest Airlines E-Gift Card from Cure Medical and be featured on the November issue of SPORTS 'N SPOKES Magazine. Other winners: David Nickelson (second place), pictured off-roading along the rim...

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MobilityWorks shuffles location in Ohio

October 30, 2019HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio - MobilityWorks will host a grand opening for its newest location in Bedford Heights, Ohio, on Nov. 8 and Nov. 9. On tap for the event: tours of the new facility and a state-of-the-art accessible Winnebago; test drives of accessible vehicles; and food and refreshments. “We are excited to relocate from Mentor to the new, centrally located, state-of-the-art Bedford Heights location,” said Chris Paczak, chief marketing officer. “The new location will expand our reach...

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MobilityWorks makes buy

August 2, 2019HME News Staff

CLEVELAND - MobilityWorks, a provider of wheelchair accessible vans, has acquired Mobility Supercenter. The deal expands MobilityWork's adds four locations: in Richmond and Norfolk, Va., and Charleston and Myrtle Beach, S.C. “We look forward to having Mobility Supercenter become a part of our family,” said Eric Mansfield, president of MobilityWorks. “Adding Mobility Supercenter to our organization illustrates our commitment to Accessibility for All. We expect a smooth transition...

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Flexpoint Ford invests in MobilityWorks

September 19, 2018HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio - Flexpoint Ford, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused on the healthcare and financial services industries, has made a “significant equity investment” in MobilityWorks, a provider of wheelchair accessible vehicles, it was announced today. The new partnership will boost the provider's expansion strategy and vision of “Accessibility for All,” according to a press release. "We are thrilled to be teaming up with Flexpoint Ford,” said Bill Koeblitz,...

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MobilityWorks hits 72 locations

January 3, 2018HME News Staff

RICHFIELD, Ohio - MobilityWorks, a provider of wheelchair accessible vans, has acquired Concord, N.C.-based Accessibility Mobility Center. The acquisition expands MobilityWorks' presence in North Carolina, where it already has a van showroom and service center in Charlotte. Dan Plondke, the former owner of Accessibility Mobility Center, will oversee operations in Concord. “Becoming part of the MobilityWorks family will provide enhanced resources and increased opportunities to allow us to continue...

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MobilityWorks consolidates accessible van market

August 21, 2015Tracy Orzel

AKRON, Ohio - MobilityWorks, a national chain of wheelchair accessible van providers, has entered into a merger agreement with Hasco Medical, significantly strengthening its presence on the East Coast.MobilityWorks has 35 locations in 13 states, while Hasco has 22 locations in 11 states, including Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, as well as nine locations in Florida.“MobilityWorks is currently the largest supplier in the United States of wheelchair accessible vehicles...

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