Exton, PA (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Providing support to wheelchair student-athletes is core to ABC Medical’s mission. In this spirit, the company has joined University of Alabama’s Adapted Athletics to present one of the largest collegiate wheelchair basketball tournaments in the nation--The ABC Medical Collegiate Classic. The ABC Medical Collegiate Classic will take place on February 21-22 in Tuscaloosa, AL, and features some of the best college men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball teams from across the country. Elite teams from the University of Alabama, University of Illinois, University of Texas-Arlington, University of Missouri, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and the University of Arizona will compete in the tournament. In addition, the tournament will be broadcast by ESPN 3.
ABC Medical is a national leader in supporting the growth of adaptive sports and is proud of its partnerships with the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA), the National Wheelchair Softball Association (NWSA) and the American Wheelchair Bowling Association (AWBA). The company is looking forward to supporting these amazing competitors in achieving their goals. In addition to these national organizations, in the past year alone, ABC Medical has supported over 100 local and national adaptive sports organizations, athletic tournaments, spina bifida events, and other activities geared towards supporting individuals with physical disabilities.
ABC Medical also recently teamed up with two pre-eminent athletes: Matt Scott and Nick Scott. Matt Scott has been a member of the USA wheelchair basketball team since 2004 and has competed in several Paralympic games. He was nominated for the Best Male Athlete with a Disability ESPY Award and currently plays for Galatasaray Wheelchair Basketball Team in Istanbul, Turkey.
Nick Scott is an IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilding) professional wheelchair bodybuilder, a champion wheelchair ballroom dancer, motivational speaker, author and certified fitness trainer. Nick is also the founder of Wheelchair Athletics Foundation, an organization dedicated to expanding and improving opportunities for wheelchair athletes in all sports.
ABC Medical continues its longstanding semi-annual scholarship program, one of the largest programs of its kind in the country. ABC Medical grants scholarships to individuals seeking to attend adaptive sports events, further their education or make a difference in the world. The company is currently accepting applications for its 2014 Spring Program. All applications are due by March 31st.
“When we measure our success at ABC, we do not measure it solely by how much we grow the company or by what our financial results are... We equally measure our success by the lives we impact positively, the opportunities we provide and the support we give to growing Adaptive Sports. Our mission, and our success in achieving it, motivate each one of us on the ABC Team each day and give us a greater purpose,” said Keith Jones, CEO of ABC Medical. The customer testimonials on ABC Medical’s website unmistakably show this positive impact on people’s lives and how ABC Medical helps individuals Adapt.Believe.Compete.
About ABC Medical
ABC Medical is a national leader in providing urological supplies and the only company in its industry to be a national supporter of adaptive sports and organizations. The Company provides medical supplies, such as urinary catheters, by sending the products directly to their customers’ homes. ABC Medical provides an unmatched combination of products, education, service and outreach to help individuals live healthier, more active lives, including coordinating all insurance and physician-related paperwork, a full service offering of all products available on the market, a 24/7 Nurse hotline to handle any questions that a customer may have and even personalized birthday and holiday greetings. To learn more about how to become a part of the ABC Family, contact us at 1-866-897-8588 or email us at info(at)abc-med(dot)com or visit our website at http://www.abc-med.com.