BBB UPDATE - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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BBB CONGRATULATES ALASKA'S 2013 BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Midnight Sun Home Care Honors Promises
Anchorage, Alaska – Feb. 28, 2013 – Better Business Bureau’s Standards for Trust are a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and practices which focus on how businesses should treat the public. When questioned about which standard it values most, Midnight Sun Home Care—the Alaska winner of BBB’s 2013 Business of the Year Torch Awards—outlined its continuing goal of honoring promises to its employees, its clients and their families, and the community.
Midnight Sun Home Care’s entry details 11 years of honoring promises in affordable high-quality care, consistent personalized service and community investment.
Anchorage, Alaska – January 15, 2013 – Midnight Sun Home Care Inc (MSHC) is proud to announce we have hired Nicole Licht as our Sales & Marketing Director. Nicole came on board recently and brings more than 7 years combined experience in customer service, sales and marketing in healthcare industry in Alaska. Nicole is from southern California and has been raising her family here in Anchorage for the last 13 years. Nicole enjoys Alaskan summers and salmon fishing.
The Mission at Midnight Sun Home Care is to improve the Quality of Life for our clients and provide Peace of Mind for their loved ones. MSHC has been in business since 2002, maintains a BBB A+ rating, and most recently is the 2010 recipient the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Gold Pan Award for business excellence.
Senior Care of Alaska announces expansion of services and launch of new name "Midnight Sun Home Care"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Senior Care of Alaska announces expansion of services and launch of new name “Midnight Sun Home Care”
Anchorage, Alaska April 17th, 2012- Alaskans are getting older. Each day 23 of us turn 60 and at last count, 7.5 percent were 65 or older. And it’s a fact that 25% will need some level of assisted living. The gold standard of course is to keep our senior citizens out of institutions and in their own homes.
That’s where home care providers come in. To mark his Company’s ten year anniversary, Kevin Turkington, founder and head of Anchorage’s premier, award winning boutique home-care service is rebranding his company to meet the challenge.
He started by changing the name. “Senior Care of Alaska” to “Midnight Sun Home Care.” “The new title speaks more to who we are and who we serve – long time Alaskans serving adult Alaskans,” said Turkington. Besides, the original name was all too often being mistaken for a Government program.
Senior Care of Alaska was put to rest; “Midnight Sun Home Care” was born, solving both problems.
Come see us at the Today's Woman Show at the Menard Sports Complex in Wasilla! We will be there all three days of the show! We are also presenting our fun and informative Fall Prevention Seminar on the main stage Saturday at 12-noon and Sunday at 1:00 PM. We will also present Homecare 101: "Mom needs help, now what?" in the seminar room at 4:00 PM both Saturday and Sunday. Hope to see you there!
For Immediate Release
For additional information contact:
SENIOR CARE OF ALASKA, INC.
Kevin M. Turkington, President
(907) 677-7890 firstname.lastname@example.org