Plymouth, MN (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Texas Miracle-Ear franchise owner, Pat Curry, and the Miracle-Ear Foundation partner to provide hearing solutions to those affected by the tragic fertilizer explosion, north of Waco, Texas.
Jennifer Barak of West, Ben Norris of Elm Mott, and Robert Mills of Waco, staff at Texas Miracle-Ear centers immediately opened their doors to those affected in their neighborhood by the explosion. “For such a devastating event, the least we could do as a local business is extend our services and support the hearing of those in our community,” said Curry. “We are providing free hearing screenings and aids to those who lost their existing hearing aids during the explosion. If you or someone you love were affected, I encourage you to stop by any one of our Miracle-Ear locations so we can evaluate your hearing loss and get you fit with new hearing aids.”
In partnership with Pat Curry, the Miracle-Ear Foundation, a Minneapolis-based non-profit organization, supports underserved children and adults across the country with their hearing healthcare needs. The Miracle-Ear Foundation, working with Miracle-Ear centers across the country, has donated more than 6,500 hearing aids to over 4,100 individuals nationwide, including the aids donated to Waco, Texas.
A trusted resource for hearing solutions for 65 years, Miracle-Ear uses state-of-the-art technology to remove the barriers of hearing loss. The Plymouth, Minn-based company specializes in customizable hearing solutions that feature discreet, comfortable products designed to meet each individual's hearing loss needs. Free hearing tests are available at all of the company's 1,200 franchised locations across the U.S.. Franchise opportunities are available for those interested in running their own Miracle-Ear business with the support of a nationwide industry leader. For more information, visit http://www.miracle-ear.com.