Amigo Mobility International, Inc. receives Top Workplaces award from the Detroit Free Press


Nov. 7, 2017, BRIDGEPORT, Mich.—Amigo Mobility International, Inc., a leading Michigan-based manufacturer of powered mobility vehicles/scooters, has been selected as one of the top places to work in Michigan for 2017.


"We are honored to be recognized as a Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press, as we strive to offer an innovative, supportive and inspiring work environment for our employees," says Beth Thieme, Amigo Mobility International, Inc. CEO, "At Amigo, our employees enable our company to grow and thrive so we can continue to positively impact lives through mobility solutions."


The Top Workplaces program was set up to recognize companies championing team building practices. Top Workplaces support professional environments and are often top achievers within their industries. The Detroit Free Press sends employees of nominated companies an anonymous survey to generate its list of top employers in Michigan. The Free Press has three designations for Top Workplace winners: large, midsize and small companies.


With 92 employees, Amigo fits into the small companies category. Since 1968, when founder Al Thieme invented the first three-wheel mobility cart, Amigo has been a family-owned business, supporting green business practices and creating a "family" work environment. The company designs and manufactures powered mobility carts for three distinct product lines – healthcare, retail/grocery and materials handling/industrial.


With a commitment to its core values, Amigo fosters a work culture that supports its mantra, Improving Lives Through Mobility®. Amigo employees value the work they do because every product is designed to help a person achieve improved mobility. The Amigo team also knows how to have fun. Holiday celebrations, team sports, potlucks, fundraising events that support the local community and a supportive Human Resources team are a few of the reasons Amigo employees enjoy the work culture.


Learn more about careers at Amigo here.


About Amigo Mobility International, Inc.
Since inventing the first motorized mobility cart in 1968, Amigo has been a family-owned business with a passion for exceptional customer service. Amigo has been manufacturing motorized carts for people with disabilities and commercial use in retail facilities for nearly 50 years, and all Amigos continue to be manufactured in Michigan and shipped worldwide. Industry recognized for low cost of ownership, customization and green business practices, Amigo looks forward to Improving Lives Through Mobility® well into the future.

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