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MobilityWorks Featured on ION Television’s “World’s Greatest!”

ION Network Television is Positively Entertaining

A behind-the-scenes short documentary on MobilityWorks appeared as part of the ION Network series World’s Greatest! The first airing of the show was Feb 6th, with additional airings taking place on February 13th and 20th at various times of the day.  

Featured in the documentary were several members of our Chicago IL staff, President/CEO Bill Koeblitz and wheelchair van client Jason Green.

Worlds Greatest interview with paraplegic Jason Green

MobilityWorks wheelchair van client Jason Green being interviewed for the World's Greatest! shown on ION TV. "This van is perfect for me. It feels so much better."

“I used to have to transfer into my mom’s little Ford Escort ZX2. We’d have to fold the chair up and jam it in the back… sometimes even leave it places. When it was raining and snowing, it was very hard to get around.”

         ~ Jason Green, MobilityWorks Client 

The series is designed to showcase unique companies and products offered throughout the world in a fast-paced five minute segment. On camera interviews emphasized a caring, knowledgeable staff that is trained to listen and truly understand the client’s needs.

“If you’re in a wheelchair, small things can make a big difference...  While you need to know what the client can’t do, it’s even more important to know what they are able to do.”

         ~ Bill Koeblitz, MobilityWorks President/CEO


About The World's Greatest!

MobilityWorks handicap vans featured in ION TV series airing

World’s Greatest! is produced by award winning producers How 2 Media, an independent production company that airs various shows on several cable networks. ION Television is recognized by it’s slogan 'Positively Entertaining'. The network maintains a schedule of well-known series such as Cold Case, Criminal Minds and Without a Trace.

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