Denver, CO, April 09, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- In another significant expansion of service area to clients in Denver, Colorado, Performance Mobility, a recognized industry leading provider of Wheelchair Accessible Vans and Scooter Lifts for individuals with physical disabilities, will be opening a new south Denver location.
Performance Mobility is expanding service to Denver, Colorado southern communities with a new location in Highlands Ranch, Colorado that is now open! With the new Denver South location, Performance Mobility gains two locations in the greater Denver metro area. In addition to the two stores in Denver, Performance Mobility also offers a location in Colorado Springs. There are now a total of eight Performance Mobility locations in Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Oregon to assist you with all of your mobility needs. Kevin Durban, the President of Performance Mobility said, “We continuously strive for new ways to expand our services and provide convenient access to the finest wheelchair accessible solutions for our customers. We are really pleased to serve the individuals in southern Denver including Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Aurora, Castle Pines, Elizabeth, Parker and Greenwood Village, Colorado with this new centrally located store.”
To find out more about Performance Mobility, please visit our website at www.PerformanceMobility.com Performance Mobility has locations in Phoenix, AZ, Portland, OR, Eugene, OR, Salt Lake City, UT, Denver, CO Highlands Ranch, CO and Colorado Springs, CO.
Performance Mobility is a leading provider of new and used wheelchair accessible vans, wheelchair rental vans, hand controls, high tech driving equipment and specialized mobility seating for individuals with limited mobility. Performance Mobility has over 24 years of continuous operation with service to the disabled community, providing sales and service of new and pre-owned wheelchair accessible vans, wheelchair van rentals, scooter lifts, specialized seating, hand controls and other products to facilitate transportation for individuals with mobility challenges.