- Introducing the Patriot Wheelchair Accessible Rear Entry Van now at Mobility Supercenter
- Myrtle Beach Military Appreciation Days Parade
- Summer is just around the corner, so thoughts turn to the beach and all of the fun activities. Surfing is one of those activities and Mobility Supercenter in Myrtle Beach is participating in an event put on by Coastal Adaptive Sports.
- 2nd Annual Community Appreciation Day, Friday, May 4th, 2018 – 11am-2pm
- Getting to Know Amanda Todd at Mobility Supercenter at our Murrells Inlet store
This is a Rear Entry Patriot Van from Mobility Supercenter!
This van offers our clients a great value because it is a low mileage van with the rear entry conversion. We have many Patriot vans available with different configurations to meet your needs. The most important feature of these vans…. these are great vehicles at an affordable price!
Myrtle Beach Military Appreciation Days Parade on Saturday, May 26. The parade steps off at 10:30 on Pampas Drive and travels along Farrow Parkway through The Market Common. The parade is sponosored by Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. This year’s grand marshal is Deshauna Barber, the 2016 Miss USA and a captain in the US Army Reserves. Our honorary grand marshal is World War II veteran Ted Ross, who’ll celebrate his 100th birthday on May 30.
Summer is just around the corner, so thoughts turn to the beach and all of the fun activities. Surfing is one of those activities and Mobility Supercenter in Myrtle Beach is participating in an event put on by Coastal Adaptive Sports.
Summer is just around the corner, so thoughts turn to the beach and all of the fun activities. Surfing is one of those activities and Mobility Supercenter in Myrtle Beach is participating in an event put on by Coastal Adaptive Sports. In the spirit of summer, we thought Coastal Adaptive Sports would be a great organization to feature: a non-profit organization serving the recreational needs of persons with disabilities in the communities of North and South Carolina.
Their goal is to help people with disabilities achieve their full potential through active lifestyles that include fitness and recreation, resulting in a better quality of life.
You will find their activities welcoming, affordable, and offered in inviting environments. Families are welcome and encouraged to attend. The “Wheel to Surf” event is May 5th in Surfside Beach, just south of Myrtle Beach. In addition, another event will be held at Folly Beach State Park on May 12th.
“Wheel to Surf” is an adaptive surfing clinic for people with all levels of physical and cognitive abilities to get out and enjoy the waves – come join us for the best day of the year!
In addition to recreational activities, we also promote social events that bring people with mobility impairments and their support groups together to celebrate achievements and gain recognition. Go to their website. http://coastaladaptivesports.org or contact Brock for more information. Email: email@example.com
For more information on adaptive surfing, biking, wheelchair basketball, and more visit our Facebook page –https://www.facebook.com/groups/sportsmobilitynetwork/
Get to know Amanda, our third highlighted employee in our “Getting to Know us at Mobility Supercenter”. Amanda is likely the first person you will talk to when entering our building or calling on the phone at our Murrell’s Inlet, S.C. location.
Q: Tell me about yourself and your family.
A: I have a beautiful 20-year-old daughter and a 9-year-old baby boy. We also have a cat named Selena and a dog named Gino. They are both rescue pets and a huge part of our family. We couldn’t imagine life without them.
Q: We know you love work, but what do you enjoy doing outside of work?
A: Well, we live at the beach, so our summer activities certainly include the pool, going to festivals and, of course, going to the beach. I also love baking, reading and taking bike rides.
Q: Awesome, you sound busy! How long have you worked for Mobility Supercenter?
A: I have worked here coming up on 3 years.
Q: What did you do prior to working here? How did you end up at Mobility Supercenter?
A: Prior to working here I was in collections and vehicle repossessions. I had some vehicle background, and this seemed to be a nice fit.
Q: As with any job, I am sure there are challenges. What would you say the biggest challenges are in your current job?
A: When someone comes to us to give them help we are not always immediately able to assist them. Seeing their struggle wants me to be able to meet their needs immediately, but that’s not always possible. We really must evaluate their needs and some items are custom, which means it takes a bit longer.
Q: Along with challenges I am sure there are some rewards. What is the most rewarding aspect of your job?
A: I would say that my relationships with my customers. I have met some of the nicest people and have been able to build friendships with them. This job allows me to assist people and really make a difference in their lives. That is different than any job I’ve ever had before, and it makes me feel good.
MANUAL IN-FLOOR RAMP – Northstar E™ with Access360®
UNRIVALED STYLE AND SPACE.
Go where you want to go in the VMI Honda Pilot. Accessibility, space AND style is possible with this unrivaled SUV. This vehicle provides exceptional wheelchair maneuverability and loads of room for the whole family. It’s equipped with practical features that put the “utility” in this SUV, such as an in-floor ramp that’s easily stowed out of the way, a removable front passenger seat for greater seating flexibility, and plenty of usable storage compartments.
VMI EXCLUSIVE FEATURES
Unobstructed entry, exit and interior
Low maintenance manual ramp stows securely within the floor to eliminate rattle and prevent debris inside the passenger cabin
Removable front passenger seat
Reverse hinged 33.5” door opening, plus 58”headroom
Access360™ ensures exceptional maneuverability, even for large power wheelchairs
A caregiver vehicle with SUV style and space
Here is a recent ceiling lift track install we performed. This is the second install we performed for this client. The door in the background leads out to the garage where we also recently installed a Bruno VPL-3153 lift . A very pleased repeat customer!
The Patriot, now at Mobility Supercenter!
The Patriot wheelchair accessible vehicle is a high value low cost van now available at Mobility Supercenter. These lowered floor mobility vehicles offer many of the same benefits as our other wheelchair accessible vans at a much lower cost. Most of all it provides the freedom you need at a price you can afford.
Built on Chrysler Town & Country or Dodge Grand Caravan minivans, the Patriot includes many key features. The power wheelchair ramp has an 800lb capacity that is big enough for the heaviest electric wheelchairs. The 10 inch lowered floor creates enough headroom to comfortably enter and ride. There are multiple ways to activate the conversion system for easy wheelchair access with or without a companion.
The Patriot provides the freedom you need at an affordable price. It is the perfect mix of accessibility, quality, and price. Inventory will movie fast because of the price point. Call Mobility Supercenter today and set up an appointment to see this exciting Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle. Limited Availability!
- Based on a Used Chassis with New Patriot Conversion
Congratulations Mr. Charles L. on your 2014 Chrysler Town & Country with VMI Northstar conversion. We are honored you chose us to help with your mobility needs.
Ms. Charlene W. asked us to install a second stair lift in her home to make her second floor accessible once again. We are honored to have her as a repeat customer! Call us today!