Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
Ability Center, a company acclaimed for it’s large selection of wheelchair vans, handicap accessible vehicles and mobility products, is opening the doors to its newest location with an open house and van donation ceremony on Friday, March 29th from 1-6 PM.
The open house marks the opening of the seventh Ability Center location. The festivities will begin with local military veterans leading the Pledge of Allegiance followed by music, refreshments and door prizes. As a special surprise the Mayor of Long Beach or someone from his bureau might be able to attend the celebration. A day full of excitement will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3 PM, followed by Ability Center’s Long Beach Store Manager, Nellie Rofaeel, conducting a donation ceremony of a wheelchair accessible van.
Each attendee will receive a gift bag and a chance to win from several door prizes. Ability Center staff will be present to guide tours through the brand new showroom. Other organizations that specialize in promoting greater mobility through wheelchair accessibility will be present with information regarding their services as well.
The opening of the Long Beach branch of Ability Center displays the growth the company has made in recent years. Through gracious customer service and by providing a wide range of handicap accessible vehicles, Ability Center is making an extremely positive impact on the lives of handicapped individuals and their families.
Chad Blake, Corporate Sales Manager, Ability Center says, “Ability Center is extremely excited about the opportunity to serve the disabled community of Long Beach and Greater Los Angeles County. Our goal is to provide the highest quality products, in the most professional way, to the disabled community.”
About Ability Center: Ability Center was founded in 1994, with just a few technicians. Since that time, the company has grown to more than 70 professionals in more than seven locations across the US. Today, Ability Center provides benefits for more than 10,000 people with mobility challenges per year, offering compassion, knowledge and understanding.