About Amigo Mobility International                          

                                                                        

 

 

 

 

Since 1968, Improving Lives Through Mobility® has remained our number one priority.

Serving a variety of markets, Amigo Mobility designs and manufactures a complete line of power operated vehicles/mobility scooters and accessories in Bridgeport, Mich. The diverse line of unique products signifies our commitment to customer service, function and innovative design.

Recognized as the industry originator, Amigo Mobility is:

  • customer focused
  • committed to improving lives
  • proud to be a Michigan-based small business
  • dedicated to manufacturing innovative, high quality products                                                                                                          

Amigo Moaltbility Center

Retail mobility centers are located in two Michigan cities: Bridgeport (headquarters) and Grand Rapids. An additional location in Las Vegas, Nov. opened in 2016. Our mobility experts recommend the best mobility solution after conducting a thorough evaluation of the individual’s physical and environmental conditions. Amigo products are also distributed through independent medical supply dealers nationwide. Learn more about our mobility centers at www.amigomobilitycenter.com.


Environmental Statement

Amigo is proud to be a Green Certified Business by the Institute for Green Certification. We are committed to integrity in every aspect of our business, which includes instilling a strong sense of environmental responsibility as a corporate value. From recycling to reusing to reducing – awareness and action are important throughout our business as we work to fulfill and sustain our environmental commitment.

All of Amigo’s products are completely recyclable and recycling plays a large role inside our corporate headquarters. Paper, cardboard, plastics, metals and glass are recycled throughout every department. While recycling is critical, reusing items  is important as well because they do not need to be processed beforehand. Amigo’s shipping department reuses packing material with inbound shipment on outgoing product shipments.

Environmental awareness has been, and will always be, a priority as we hold a strong regard for our community and its future.

  

Product timeline

Timeline of Amigo  

1968 Allan R. Thieme invents and sells the first Amigo mobility scooter, a small yellow front drive model 
1970 First Amigo Shopper (motorized shopping cart) is sold to Meijer Thrifty Acres store in Michigan
1977 Social Security law is changed to include POVs
1981 Al Thieme received the United States Small Business Person of the Year award
1981 10,000th Amigo is built
1982 Amigo Mobility is first recognized on the Inc. 500 list, no. 212
1987 Rear wheel drive introduction expands mobility to outdoor terrain
1992 Amigo receives the Michigan New Product Award
1999 Introduction of the TravelMate; world’s first folding power operated vehicle/mobility scooter
2008 Green Business Certified; Certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council as a woman-owned business by Beth Thieme
2009 Beth Thieme was named a Top Woman in Grocery
2009 Amigo Mobility received the Best of the Best Michigan Business in Manufacturing award 
2009 Amigo Mobility named to the Inc. 5000 list, no. 2,717

2010

Amigo Mobility named to the Inc. 5000 for the second year in a row, no. 3,450

2012

Al & Beth Thieme received the Michigan Manufacturer of the Year award from the Michigan Manufacturer's Association

2014

Amigo Mobility received the Michigan 50 Companies to Watch award

 

It's not just a scooter, it's an AMIGO. 

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Always on the Go

Friendly Wheels, Issue 99
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With Amigo owner Cammy Prince of Okemos, Mich.

With the help of a new Amigo, Cammy Prince is always on the go.

57 Years in 248 Pages | Friendly Wheels | Issue 100

57 Years in 248 Pages

Friendly Wheels, Issue 100
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With Amigo owner and author Jack Jensen

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Find A Way | Friendly Wheels | Issue 101

Find A Way

Friendly Wheels, Issue 101
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