Last month two titans within the mobility industry, Vantage Mobility Incorporated (VMI) and America’s Mobility Superstore (AMS), partnered. The acquisition of AMS by VMI is sure to help both entities perform their specialties at an even higher level of success. Both Kip Crum, President of AMS, and Doug Eaton, President of VMI, released statements expressing their excitement towards how the two entities will help each other better serve the mobility community.
VMI, one of the nation's largest conversion manufacturers, offers industry leading advancements, and state of the art in-floor conversions for many vehicles including Dodge, Chrysler, Honda, and Toyota through a nationwide dealer network. Leading to VMI providing a premium mobility product, that is ahead of the game, but sometimes not accessible to all price ranges. While AMS has focused on creating an economically priced conversion, that offers consumers a safe and reliable conversion vehicle, at a price that opens mobility freedom to all users, on a nation-wide sales platform.
These two business models have allowed the industry to move into the position it is today, allowing such a large number of wheelchair users to find solutions to their mobility needs. As VMI moves forward with their acquisition of AMS both companies are moving forward with a common goal of granting even more access to mobility vehicles for all users. Despite the acquisition, there will not be a merging between VMI and AMS the companies will continue to function as their own entities in order to continue to serve their own unique customer bases.
We at BLVD, are excited to see how each entity will grow and evolve in the coming time, and what advancements come to mobility vehicles as a direct result.