BRIDGEPORT TWP. — Next to the shopping carts they sit, charged and waiting.
Amigos carry people unable to get around on their own through supermarkets and malls across the country and around the world. They help nurses and doctors transport patients in hospitals and even allow mobility-challenged Orthodox Jews to get around on the Sabbath.
Every year Amigo Mobility raises money for United Way of Saginaw to help support our local community. Recently, United Way came to Amigo to include Vice President Beth Thieme in their 2011 Donor Support Video. Amigo Mobility was one of six businesses, the other businesses featured are Wildfire Credit Union, Wanigas Credit Union, Hemlock Semiconductor, Spence Brothers Construction and the SISD.
Al and Beth Thieme attended the 2010 Inc. 500/5000 Conference & Awards Ceremony October 2 in Washington DC. Amigo was ranked 3,450 overall. Beth was interviewed at the conference about Amigo’s history and why customers choose Amigo.
Bangor TWP. - A Bay County museum received a one-of-a-kind donation this month from a Bridgeport business owner.
Allan R. Thieme, founder of Amigo Mobility International, Inc., donated a customized Amigo power vehicle to Bangor Township's Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum, 3456 Patterson.
Always on the Go
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
With Amigo owner and author Jack Jensen
For Jack Jensen, squeezing 57 years into 248 pages was no small feat.
Find A Way
With Amigo owner Tim Brown of the Michigan Polio Network
For the past 20 years, Tim Brown has witnessed the growing impact of the Michigan Polio Network (MPN).