Roanoke, VA (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
Jack and Ann Shoemaker, a husband-and-wife team, are the owners/operators of 101 Mobility’s latest Virginia franchise, serving Roanoke, Lynchburg, and surrounding areas from their Salem headquarters office. The Shoemakers will have the support of teammates Eva James, a native of the Roanoke Valley who will serve as their managing partner, and Debbie Kanode, a Salem native, who will serve as office coordinator. 101 Mobility Roanoke/Lynchburg will join the Washington, D.C. Metro franchise in a recent string of 101 Mobility openings across the Old Dominion State.
Born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Shoemakers are happy to return to the East Coast after living in Ohio for several years. Jack and Ann bring diverse experiences in healthcare, management, and sales to the organization. The Shoemakers are active members of their community, and they look forward to serving their neighbors with quality of life products that positively address personal mobility issues; allowing people to stay in their homes or age in place, despite facing everyday challenges such as stairways, raised porches, and other obstacles.
Jack and Ann Shoemaker are grateful for the chance to meet a need with which their collective personal and professional interests align. “All the breakthroughs in medicine, technology and equipment that allow people to stay in their homes longer made a partnership with 101 Mobility a very compelling opportunity,” said Jack. “Especially as the population is aging.” Jack Shoemaker’s interests in construction and home improvement, entrepreneurship, healthcare and service to others created an optimal career option in 101 Mobility. “It’s not lost on me that this is a truly unique business opportunity, one that allows us to ‘do good’ by doing good,” adds Shoemaker. Eva James, 101 Mobility Roanoke/Lynchburg’s managing partner, agrees. "Technology has made wonderful advance
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