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New Location in Windsor Mill, MD to Serve the Entire Baltimore Metro Area

Parkville, MD Store Location Moving September 1, 2017 to Windsor Mill 

At MobilityWorks, our goal is to provide the solutions that fit your needs and to deliver exceptional service. To better serve you, we have relocated from the 1751 E Joppa Road location to our new facility at 2601 N. Rolling Road in Windsor Mill. This state-of-the-art facility gives us the opportunity to showcase our large selection of mobility solutions, including the new accessible Pacifica.
 
I would like to invite you and your family to our new location to take a tour and to reconnect with the same team you know and love.  Whether you’re in the market for a new mobility vehicle, need a rental for an upcoming vacation, or require a mobility maintenance inspection, our team members are here to ensure you connect with what matters most.  
 
Please contact us with questions regarding our move or to schedule your next appointment at our new location.


Jack Donovan
Regional Manager

Our New Location Serving the Entire Baltimore Metro Area

Michael O’Meara
General Manager
MobilityWorks
2601 N. Rolling Rd.
Windsor Mill, MD 21244

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Red Cross Donations Sought for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief 

A Red Cross volunteer is show here with a Hurricane Harvey evacuee at one of the emergency shelters. 

A Message From the American Red Cross

Many of you have asked how you can help people affected by this terrible storm, and we are truly grateful for your support. To make a donation, please visit https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey or call 1-800-RED CROSS or text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10. 

The American Red Cross on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/redcross/

Photo shown above courtesy of the American Red Cross on Facebook. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families affected by the storm. 

Texas Stores Bracing for Impact of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey Update (August 28th, 2017):

All of the MobilityWorks Texas stores are open for business on Monday morning. Please contact your local Certified Mobility Consultant or our Client Care Center with any questions.  For scheduling a service appointment, please call 1-877-275-4912. 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families affected by the storm. 


San Antonio and Selma Texas Locations to Close on Saturday in Preparation for Heavy Winds, Flooding and Power Outages

To prepare for the inevitable winds, rain and other effects of Hurricane Harvey, our San Antonio and Selma Texas stores will be closed this Saturday, Aug 26, 2017. Our plans are to be open again on Monday, or as soon as possible, depending on the severity of damage and power availability.

For those clients who are in the path of the storm and bracing for the impact as well, we urge you to follow all local and state government’s authority’s request to evacuate when necessary. You should have plenty of clean water available, flashlights, a batter powered radio for alerts, non-perishable food items and blankets.

At midday on Friday, tropical-storm-force winds were already occurring along the middle Texas coast, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). A sustained wind of 43 mph and a wind gust to 48 mph were recently reported at the Bob Hall Pier near Corpus Christi, Texas.

To all of our friends in the Corpus Christi, Houston and other Eastern Texas areas in the path of the storm, please be safe and be careful. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Contacting Our San Antonio and Selma Staff

If you are a client and need to get in touch with our San Antonio or Selma personnel, please call our Client Care Center at 1-877-275-4907 and we will relay messages to them as best we can.  You can also write to us electronically at Contact Us. A chat feature is also an option when visiting our website.

To learn more about the Hurricane Harvey and updates on its path, please visit the National Hurricane Center website or The Weather Channel.

MobilityWorks Receives Inc. 500|5000 Recognition

 

Once again, we are extremely honored to be recognized by Inc. Magazine for our accomplishments in providing consumers and businesses with quality wheelchair accessible vans and commercial transport solutions. The magazine selects 5,000 companies each year to be on their annual list, which is based on reaching a certain level of growth compared to other companies also being considered. This is the twelfth time that MobilityWorks has been given this recognition. 

“Giving personalized and outstanding service” is how CEO and Founder Bill Koeblitz defines what’s important to him and the staff at MobilityWorks. He goes on to say, “What we do has so much impact on people’s lives, we have to get it right.”    

In business since 1997, MobilityWorks now has over 1,000 full-time employees. Most of them work directly with the clients and their families in 69 showrooms located in 24 states.  Two manufacturing facilities (in Akron, OH and Kansas City, KS) are operated by its TransitWorks division. They are Ford Motor Company’s largest mobility upfitter and also modify Ram and Mercedes full-size vans with floor plan option that carry up to 15 passengers.

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To be on the Inc. 5000 list twelve different times means that we are doing something right — which starts by hiring the right people and by delivering the right solutions.  We will strive to continue providing excellent customer service for each and every client, with innovative, quality vehicles that meet every need.  

Learn more about the 2017 500|5000.

 

Stop and See Us at PVA 7th Annual Summit + Expo in National Harbor, MD

The Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) 7th Annual Summit + Expo is being held on August 29 – 31, 2017 in National Harbor, MD. The Paralyzed Veterans of America has a long track record of helping to change lives and build brighter futures for those who live with SCI and related diseases.

This year’s focus will be Microvascular Disruption and the Potential Therapeutic Stem Cells in SCI, Gene Therapy Approach, TBI Chronic Encephalopathy and PTSD as well as the Impact of Co-Morbidity in MS.

Some of the keynote speakers include Dr. David Carroll, Executive Director in the Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention at the Veterans Health Administration, and Kathleen Costello, Associate Vice-President of Healthcare Access for National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

To learn more about the event, please click here

While visiting the PVA Summit Expo, please stop by MobilityWorks Booth #108. Representatives will be on hand to answer all of your wheelchair accessible transportation questions. We look forward to seeing you there!


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