101 Mobility San Antonio Community Blitz Creates Added Value for Customers

Mobility Experts Focus on Building Strategic Alliances and Identifying Ways to Give Back

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101 Mobility San Antonio Team

101 Mobility San Antonio Team

The goal of this community blitz is to to build a network of businesses, non-profits, and rehabilitation facilities that want to provide better service and value to San Antonio residents by working together.

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) February 18, 2014

101 Mobility San Antonio owners Jill Taylor and Bernie Rodriguez are touring San Antonio from Tuesday, February 18th through Thursday, February 20th. The husband and wife are scheduling appointments with other local businesses and non-profits that share an interest in disability, accessibility, or aging-related causes.

101 Mobility sells, installs, repairs, and rents a wide range of mobility equipment including stair lifts, wheelchair ramps, porch lifts, auto lifts, pool lifts, and patient lifts. Though 101 Mobility has been serving San Antonio customers for just two years, Jill and Bernie have both led their lives in service to others – Jill as a nurse practitioner for over 20 years, and Bernie as an engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers. They hope to build both a stronger business and community by identifying strategic alliances and opportunities to volunteer their time and expertise.

Jill and Bernie have appointments scheduled with the local Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association (ALS), and National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) chapters. To connect with other local businesses, they plan to attend B2B Seniors Network on Wednesday, February 19th at New Forest Estates and Healthcare Night sponsored by MA Medical at the Crown Plaza on Thursday, February 20th.

Despite being a one-stop-shop for all things accessibility, there are some related customer needs that 101 Mobility does not satisfy. Networking at events like the B2B Seniors Network can make finding these solutions easier for customers by creating a trusted referral system within the community. Jill Taylor says, "The goal of this community blitz is to to build a network of businesses, non-profits, and rehabilitation facilities that want to provide better service and value to San Antonio residents by working together."

Local businesses, agencies, and individuals with similar consumer bases or accessibility needs are encouraged to reach out. Jill and Bernie are always happy to stop by; contact 101 Mobility San Antonio by calling (210) 478-2462.

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101 Mobility is a national franchise offering full-service sales, repair, and installation services for a complete line of mobility and accessibility products, including stair lifts, auto lifts, ramps, porch lifts, patient lifts, power wheelchairs, scooters and more. Short and long-term rentals are available for home, office, and institution.


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