NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With regard to government representatives executing a search warrant at The Scooter Store's corporate headquarters on February 20 and 21, the company released the following statement:
"We respect the government's investigation and will continue to work with investigators to make sure they have access to the information they need to conclude their activities," said Marty Landon, The Scooter Store's chief executive officer. "Since I joined the company a little more than six months ago, The Scooter Store team has strived to meet the highest standards of compliance, as we help people who face true mobility challenges. Any process, or person, that does not meet those standards is unacceptable to The Scooter Store. If we learn of procedural shortcomings or personal misconduct, we will investigate and take appropriate corrective action. We are fully open for business and our 1,800 dedicated associates are committed to continuing to serve our customers with exceptional quality, integrity and service."
About The Scooter Store Since 1991, The Scooter Store has helped provide freedom and independence to more people with limited mobility than any other company in the nation. The company primarily offers power mobility equipment, including power wheelchairs and scooters, lifts, ramps and accessories in 48 states. Using this equipment provides today's seniors an alternative to living in nursing homes or other care facilities. The company's goal is to create an opportunity for every American senior to live their entire life safely and confidently at home.