Quick Medical to Donate a Percentage of Internet Sales to Charity

Quick Medical announced that up until December 24, 2009 they will donate five-percent of their Internet sales to the National Military Family Association and/or the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. With nearly 100,000 customers in the Quick Medical data base, expectations are high.

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With the many loyal and supportive customers served by Quick Medical, we believe there will be a great turn-out to support this year's charity drive.

Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) November 13, 2009

Quick Medical, a national distributor of medical supplies and equipment, announced that up until December 24, 2009 they will donate up to five-percent of their Internet sales to the National Military Family Association and/or the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International.

"With the many loyal and supportive customers served by Quick Medical, we believe there will be a great turn-out to support this year's charity drive," said Scott Hanna, CEO at Quick Medical. "This program is good for our customers and for these well-deserving charities. We have had a good year even in these difficult economic times, so we wanted to share our success."

Mr. Hanna went on to say, "The really neat part about this program is the customer decides via our website which of the two charities they wish us to contribute."

Quick Medical has been a leader in the distribution and sales of high quality medical supplies and equipment since 1993. With their headquarters moving this year to a new 11,000 square foot warehouse and order processing facility coupled with a new interactive website, they have been able to increase their product offerings, expand their customer service and GSA contracting department and launch new product and medical education services.

"Our company growth rate has been nothing short of phenomenal so we thought that we should share our success and try to make a difference," said Warren Strasen, Vice-President at Quick Medical. "We strive to help our customers and I love the idea of helping our community as well," concluded Mr. Strasen.

With the holiday season approaching, Quick Medical has set a goal of $1,000,000 in Internet sales on or before December 24, 2009.

"I believe that the million dollar sales goal is attainable and we're going to make every effort to achieve it," said Loren Timmons, Director of Marketing at Quick Medical.

About Quick Medical:
Quick Medical is a medical supply store offering a large selection of medical equipment and medical supplies. Established in 1993 they currently offer over fifteen thousand medical products. Quick Medical offers a large selection of home health supplies and fitness products; they are an authorized distributor for Tanita scales, Detecto, and Health O Meter. They also provide the largest selection of medical scales available on the internet. If you're looking for medical equipment to lease or buy, they have a large selection of medical furniture, medical cabinets, medical casework, medical exam tables, medical lighting, x-ray equipment and physical therapy products.

About National Military Family Association:
The National Military Family Association is an organization with strong grassroots support balanced with professionalism that makes us a leader in the field. Not only do we support military families - we are military families. Spouses, parents, and family members make up our staff and board positions. We speak up on behalf of military families and empower husbands, wives, and children to understand and access their benefits. Based on what we hear from our members, we meet the needs of service members and their families with insightful recommendations, innovative programs, and grassroots efforts to better the quality of life for military families.

About Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International:
JDRF has built a nationwide network of Advocates who are dedicated to finding a cure for type 1 diabetes. We are all working together to advance the search for a cure faster and more effectively.

Time Magazine called JDRF "one of the nation's most forceful disease advocacy groups." When it comes to fighting type 1 diabetes, JDRF's strength lies in our numbers and the ability of our Advocates to work together to build bonds--bonds with one another, as well as with our Members of Congress. These relationships strengthen our community, provide support for those who are living with type 1 diabetes, and deliver our message--the need for a cure--faster and more effectively.

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  • LOREN TIMMONS
    Quick Medical
    (425) 222-5963 x1019
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