iPush Foundation Hosts Free Wheelchair Giveaway Contest with At Home Medical and Eagle Sportschairs
12/15/2014

From December 9 to December 23, 2014, we invite visitors to www.ipush.org to submit their story with the theme of "What Do You Push For?."

Online PR News – 15-December-2014 – GA – In June 2014, the iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair.
The iPush Foundation exists because of the generous financial support provided by At Home Medical - a self-pay medical supply provider that offers a wide array of products for wheelchair users. Today, thanks to the generosity of At Home Medical and community partner Eagle Sportschairs, the iPush Foundation is proud to announce our 1st Annual Wheelin' for the Holidays Contest.

"As a quadriplegic myself, I have strong desire to give back to the wheelchair community. That's why we started the iPush Foundation. In the spirit of giving, it seemed like the perfect time of year to start what we hope becomes an annual contest to help people in need with a brand new wheelchair," iPush founder Chris Malcom says.

From December 9 to December 23, 2014, we invite visitors to our Facebook, Twitter and main website pages to submit their story with the theme of "What Do You Push For?." One lucky winner will be chosen from the contest submissions to receive a brand new, custom-fitted everyday wheelchair built by Eagle Sportschairs and donated by At Home Medical.

To participate in the iPush Foundation's Wheeling for the Holidays contest, please visit:
https://app.e2ma.net/app2/audience/signup/1774775/1705734/?v=a

This event is free and open to anyone who uses a wheelchair with the 48 continental United States. *Due to shipping and delivery costs, we have to limit the geographic area of the contest. No cash value will be awarded in lieu of the grand prize. See all contest rules and regulations at www.ipush.org.

The Grand Prize winner will be announced on December 24, 2014 via the iPush Foundation's website and social media pages. Thank you in advance to everyone who will be participating, this is our way of wishing our friends who use wheelchairs a very happy holiday season and Merry Christmas!

About iPush Foundation
The iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair. In less than six months since its' creation, the iPush Foundation has gained more than 8500 followers on our social media pages and resource-filled website. Join our supportive online community at www.ipush.org.

About At Home Medical
Based in an Atlanta suburb, At Home Medical serves customers with medical supply home delivery throughout the US and Canada. For more than 15 years, we've helped patients select the medical products they need at a price they can afford. 25% of our employees have a disability, meaning we personally relate to disabled customers who need advice or product assistance. View our current specials at http://www.athomemedical.com. Or, call 1-800-526-5895.

About Eagle Sportschairs
From our humble beginnings as a one man part time operation 30 years ago, Eagle Sportschairs has grown to an International Enterprise. Eagle's roots lay in owner, Barry Ewing's, love of coaching wheelchair sports and his desire to build a lighter more maneuverable wheelchair. It is our goal to provide elite sports equipment that is highly usable and affordable by the professional and recreational athlete. At Eagle, we build custom wheelchairs for Track and Road Racing, Basketball, Quad-Rugby, Tennis, Handcycle, Water-ski, Off-road, Everyday and Field Events. We also service most lightweight rigid manual wheelchairs and stock parts for them. Learn more at http://www.eaglesportschairs.com or call 1-800-932-9380.

The iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair. http://www.ipush.orgIn June 2014, the iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair.
The iPush Foundation exists because of the generous financial support provided by At Home Medical - a self-pay medical supply provider that offers a wide array of products for wheelchair users. Today, thanks to the generosity of At Home Medical and community partner Eagle Sportschairs, the iPush Foundation is proud to announce our 1st Annual Wheelin' for the Holidays Contest.

"As a quadriplegic myself, I have strong desire to give back to the wheelchair community. That's why we started the iPush Foundation. In the spirit of giving, it seemed like the perfect time of year to start what we hope becomes an annual contest to help people in need with a brand new wheelchair," iPush founder Chris Malcom says.

From December 9 to December 23, 2014, we invite visitors to our Facebook, Twitter and main website pages to submit their story with the theme of "What Do You Push For?." One lucky winner will be chosen from the contest submissions to receive a brand new, custom-fitted everyday wheelchair built by Eagle Sportschairs and donated by At Home Medical.

To participate in the iPush Foundation's Wheeling for the Holidays contest, please visit:
https://app.e2ma.net/app2/audience/signup/1774775/1705734/?v=a

This event is free and open to anyone who uses a wheelchair with the 48 continental United States. *Due to shipping and delivery costs, we have to limit the geographic area of the contest. No cash value will be awarded in lieu of the grand prize. See all contest rules and regulations at www.ipush.org.

The Grand Prize winner will be announced on December 24, 2014 via the iPush Foundation's website and social media pages. Thank you in advance to everyone who will be participating, this is our way of wishing our friends who use wheelchairs a very happy holiday season and Merry Christmas!

About iPush Foundation
The iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair. In less than six months since its' creation, the iPush Foundation has gained more than 8500 followers on our social media pages and resource-filled website. Join our supportive online community at www.ipush.org.

About At Home Medical
Based in an Atlanta suburb, At Home Medical serves customers with medical supply home delivery throughout the US and Canada. For more than 15 years, we've helped patients select the medical products they need at a price they can afford. 25% of our employees have a disability, meaning we personally relate to disabled customers who need advice or product assistance. View our current specials at http://www.athomemedical.com. Or, call 1-800-526-5895.

About Eagle Sportschairs
From our humble beginnings as a one man part time operation 30 years ago, Eagle Sportschairs has grown to an International Enterprise. Eagle's roots lay in owner, Barry Ewing's, love of coaching wheelchair sports and his desire to build a lighter more maneuverable wheelchair. It is our goal to provide elite sports equipment that is highly usable and affordable by the professional and recreational athlete. At Eagle, we build custom wheelchairs for Track and Road Racing, Basketball, Quad-Rugby, Tennis, Handcycle, Water-ski, Off-road, Everyday and Field Events. We also service most lightweight rigid manual wheelchairs and stock parts for them. Learn more at http://www.eaglesportschairs.com or call 1-800-932-9380.

The iPush Foundation began as an effort to improve online resources for people who use wheelchairs. Created by Chris Malcom, a C7 quadriplegic, the iPush Foundation serves as a lifestyle resource and source of encouragement for anyone who uses a wheelchair. http://www.ipush.org