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Wheelchair providers continue private equity run

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The Scooter Store has joined United Seating & Mobility (USM) and ATG Rehab as the third wheelchair provider in recent months to get a boost from a private equity firm.

Letter to the editor


I just read the December issue of HME News. It just made me sick to see the free press provided to The Scooter Store on the front page, touting their donation of a scooter to former President Bush (“Bushes receive ‘gift of mobility’).

Scooter Store sweeps wheelchair contracts in 9 CBAs

Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Scooter Store announced this morning that it has accepted contracts for standard and complex power wheelchairs in each of the nine competitive bidding areas (CBAs).

Scooter Store shakes up advertising strategy


NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - The quintessential TV ads from The Scooter Store--the ones that inform viewers that they may qualify for power chairs or scooters at little or no cost to them--will become a thing of the past as part of a new campaign.

The Scooter Store pursues life outside power mobility

Thursday, September 2, 2010

The Scooter Store announced today that it has created a home medical equipment division to complement its power mobility business.

Fuller targets complex rehab


RINGGOLD, Ga. - Scott Higley, who helped The Scooter Store launch its complex rehab division, is now helping Fuller Rehabilitation increase its presence in that market.

Briefs: ATG Rehab's band of brothers


JAKARTA, Indonesia - In March, Mark Grillo of ATG Rehab was part of a team of complex rehab specialists that traveled here with Wheels for Humanity and fitted 50 children and adults with donated wheelchairs.

The Scooter Store, Scott Higley part ways

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Update: I just got a call from Scott Higley. He told me: "I think nothing but the best of what they're doing. I'm just looking at some other opportunities." Higley plans to stay in the HME industry.

The Scooter Store climbs list


The Scooter Store ranks 38 in Fortune Magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for 2010.