Ricon Corp. Named National Sponsor for 2001 Veterans Wheelchair Games

Apr 23, 2001, 01:00 ET from Paralyzed Veterans of America

    WASHINGTON, DC, April 23 /PRNewswire/ - The Paralyzed Veterans of America
 (PVA) is pleased to announce that for the fourth year in a row, Ricon Corp.
 (Panorama City, CA) will serve as National Sponsor for the National Veterans
 Wheelchair Games. These, the 21st games, will be held July 1-5, 2001 in New
 York City.
     "PVA is pleased to welcome Ricon Corp. again as a National Sponsor for
 the National Veterans Wheelchair Games," said PVA National President Joseph L.
 Fox, Sr. "We are most grateful for their generous support of this, the largest
 annual wheelchair sports event in the United States."
     Patty Minor, VP Marketing, Ricon Corp. said that Ricon is delighted to be
 the PVA Games' National sponsor for the fourth year in a row.
     "The games bring together people committed to the pursuit of competitive
 excellence and are a great example of a commitment to quality of life. The
 games also underscore our philosophy at Ricon that every individual has the
 right to opportunity and accessibility to pursue life to its fullest," Minor
 said.
     Ricon Corp., along with its wholly owned subsidiary Concord Elevator
 Inc., is a recognized leader in the design and manufacture of wheelchair
 accessibility systems and solutions, including vehicular wheelchair lifts,
 adaptive mobility products and public and residential accessibility products
 including elevator, stairlifts and vertical lifts. To learn more, visit
 www.riconcorp.com.
 
     Paralyzed Veterans Of America, a veterans service organization chartered
 by Congress, has for more than 50 years served the needs of its members, all
 of whom have catastrophic paralysis caused by spinal cord injury or disease.
 To learn more about PVA, visit its web site at www.pva.org.
 
                      Note: Photos available upon request
 
 

SOURCE Paralyzed Veterans of America
    WASHINGTON, DC, April 23 /PRNewswire/ - The Paralyzed Veterans of America
 (PVA) is pleased to announce that for the fourth year in a row, Ricon Corp.
 (Panorama City, CA) will serve as National Sponsor for the National Veterans
 Wheelchair Games. These, the 21st games, will be held July 1-5, 2001 in New
 York City.
     "PVA is pleased to welcome Ricon Corp. again as a National Sponsor for
 the National Veterans Wheelchair Games," said PVA National President Joseph L.
 Fox, Sr. "We are most grateful for their generous support of this, the largest
 annual wheelchair sports event in the United States."
     Patty Minor, VP Marketing, Ricon Corp. said that Ricon is delighted to be
 the PVA Games' National sponsor for the fourth year in a row.
     "The games bring together people committed to the pursuit of competitive
 excellence and are a great example of a commitment to quality of life. The
 games also underscore our philosophy at Ricon that every individual has the
 right to opportunity and accessibility to pursue life to its fullest," Minor
 said.
     Ricon Corp., along with its wholly owned subsidiary Concord Elevator
 Inc., is a recognized leader in the design and manufacture of wheelchair
 accessibility systems and solutions, including vehicular wheelchair lifts,
 adaptive mobility products and public and residential accessibility products
 including elevator, stairlifts and vertical lifts. To learn more, visit
 www.riconcorp.com.
 
     Paralyzed Veterans Of America, a veterans service organization chartered
 by Congress, has for more than 50 years served the needs of its members, all
 of whom have catastrophic paralysis caused by spinal cord injury or disease.
 To learn more about PVA, visit its web site at www.pva.org.
 
                      Note: Photos available upon request
 
 SOURCE Paralyzed Veterans of America