Expansion Marks Commitment to Growing Pacific Northwest Markets
EVERETT, Wash. May 2, 2001 – Rural/Metro Ambulance will mark its commitment to the growing Pacific Northwest market on Monday, May 16, 2011 with the official opening of its new ambulance operational building in Everett.
“We are exceptionally pleased to celebrate our growing presence in the Pacific Northwest with the opening of a new, larger operational facility in the heart of Everett,” said Mike Collins, Division General Manger. “Our commitment to the communities we serve is evident in the life-saving work our paramedics and EMTs perform each day. We also value our presence as a key business and community leader and look forward to further enhancing our services in the region.”
An official ribbon-cutting ceremony and will begin at noon May 16th at the new building, 5801 23rd Drive W, Suite 100, Everett. Guests will include County Executive Aaron Reardon, Mayor Ray Stephanson, members of the Emergency Medicine Community and Everett Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. Following the ceremony, Rural/Metro will host refreshments and facility tours. Citizens are welcome to attend and will have an opportunity to meet their local paramedics and EMTs, peek inside the ambulances and learn more about Rural/Metro’s health and safety programs.
Rural/Metro Ambulance provides emergency and non-emergency ambulance transportation services throughout the Pacific Northwest. Service areas include Snohomish, King and Pierce counties, as well as greater Spokane in Washington state. The Company’s Pacific Northwest division also provides ambulance services in Salem and Eugene, Oregon. For more information, go to www.ruralmetro-pnw.com.