To celebrate the opening of Amorcare Mobility’s second store in Stafford, Stoke City legendary footballer Terry Conroy and potentially more players are to attend a competition winning presentation on 17 December 2012, in support of the business’s co-owner and fellow ex Stoke FC footballer Andy Morgan.
Andy Morgan, aged 50 and born locally in Silverdale, is the co-owner of Amorcare Mobility Stores and before setting up this business with his wife Nicky (41 from Kidsgrove), he played professional football for Stoke City and gained an international cap for Wales. Following his time at Stoke he played all around the world and after retirement from the game, he became their Community Manager for over 10 years followed by eight years at Wolverhampton Wanderers in a similar role. Today, Andy and Nicky are proud owners of Amorcare, which is a very successful mobility specialist that really makes a difference to the lives of many elderly and disabled locals. Their first specialist mobility outlet in Newcastle-under-Lyme’s High Street has been a huge success and is now to be complemented with an additional 820sqft retail showroom at 12-14 Crabbery Street, Stafford. As Andy’s strong connections with Stoke FC are still very much present, legendary winger Terry Conroy and possibly Mick Pejic, Dennis Smith and ex-England Goalkeeper Gordon Banks, will be presenting a free TGA Eclipse mobility scooter to the winner of a competition being run by Amorcare.
In celebration of this new mobility shop opening, Amorcare is offering the chance to win a market-leading TGA Eclipse mobility scooter that is ideal for shopping around town and taking further afield in the boot of a car. This free prize draw runs from 19 November until 17 December and can be entered by simply completing a competition slip within the new showroom. Once the lucky competition winner has been selected at random, Terry will present the prize on the 17 December at the new showroom, which promises to be an exciting event. This new Amorcare showroom, similar to the sister store in Newcastle, will stock a comprehensive range of quality mobility products from TGA scooters such as the BBC Top Gear winning Breeze 4, Vita and Sonet through to smaller aids for daily living.
Andy explains: “We established Amorcare in 2009 following 18 months of extensive research into the provision of independent living products locally. We found that after sales care was severely lacking and hence decided to set up our business firmly based upon a service level that people could truly rely upon. Even our company name was derived from this caring approach – ‘Amor’ means love and ‘care’, well, means care! This ensures whatever mobility product they purchase from us, whether it is a TGA mobility scooter known as the ‘Mercedes of the industry’ or simply a small walking-stick ferrule, our customers have peace of mind that it will really solve their personal mobility issues. We really care about our customers and have vast experience with helping mature and disabled people in the local area through visiting them at home and even calling out the Bingo numbers at local care homes! Nicky and I are so excited about our new shop opening and can’t wait to start giving more independence to local Stafford people with restricted mobility.”
Andy concludes: “Nicky and I are so chuffed that Terry can take time out of his busy charity schedule to come and present the TGA Eclipse to our lucky winner – it is a fantastic piece of kit that will make a real difference to someone’s life. If the other lads I know from Stoke FC can make it too for the presentation, which they have said might be possible, even better! This new shop represents a major milestone in our business career and we genuinely believe in making a difference to the well being of locals who need help with mobility.”