Mountain View Medical Supply

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Happy Holly Days and Merry Christmas!


Monday, December 19, 2011

Holiday Sale Success!

Well Blog Peeps, our sale came and went and we hope you partook and saved yourself some money!

The weather is seasonal here today - a storm has made its way into the Denver Metro area and the snowflakes should start to fall anytime now!

Thank you for your support, dear customers and friends, and we hope to see you again soon! Dont forget that our everyday low prices can save you money too!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Holiday Sale Has Been Extended One Day Only!

We have decided to extend our Holiday Sale through Saturday, December 17th! We will be open from 9am - 1pm so come on down and enjoy another day of savings!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Only 2 1/2 Days Left for our Holiday Sale!

Howdy Folks!

We have had an amazing turnout for our Holiday Sale and hope that you dont wait until the last minute to come save 10-20% on lift chairs, 4-wheeled walkers, walker accessories, shoes and scrub pants!

Also we offer Laurel Uniform Gift Certificates in any amount! They make a great gift for the wonderful medical professional, chef, service professional or business owner on your gift list!

Lastly, just a reminder that if you spend $50 or more at Laurel Uniforms, you get a free reusable tote!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Today is the Day Our Holiday Sale Starts!

Be sure to stop by to save 10%, 15% and 20% on lift chairs, 4-wheeled walkers, walker accessories, shoes and scrub pants!

HURRY! This sale starts today and ends Friday for in-stock, in-store items only while supplies last!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Our Holiday Sale Starts on Monday, Monday, Monday!

DONT FORGET and we hope to see you at our store for these great deals next week!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

T-Minus Five and Counting...

That's right folks, only 5 more days until our super-amazing Holiday Sale!

Save 10-20% on items that are rarely or never on sale!

Lift chairs, 4-Wheeled Walkers, Walker Accessories, Shoes (yes, including Dansko!) and Scrub Pants are ALL ON SALE NEXT WEEK!

Be sure to mark your calendar so you dont miss this fine event! Hope to see you soon!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

How to Save for a Vacation

By: Mrs. G

In this economy, travel or vacations seem to be out of reach for most people. But maybe not. Here are a few ideas to help you earn and save your way to that trip you have been dreaming about!

Make Saving Automatic. Have a specific dollar amount directly deposited from each paycheck into a bank account that is specifically earmarked just for a vacation. Making this an automatic transaction will help to make sure that it doesn't get crowded out by other expenses or expenditures.

Use Credit Cards Wisely. Besides just spending wisely, and paying off your balance each month, make sure that you are using your credit cards to their best advantage. Some cards award frequent flyer miles and provide travel perks, such as reduced fees for checked luggage. But a card that gives cash back can also be useful, and provides more flexibility for spending your rewards. Make as many regular transactions as you can through your credit card and make those earned rewards work for you. Not a fan of credit cards? See if your bank offers a debit card with similar perks.

Save your Savings. Need some motivation to clip coupons and shop the clearance rack? Each time you make a purchase that saves you money, immediately deposit the amount that you saved into your vacation account. Write yourself a check or do a funds transfer. Using just $10 worth of coupons during your weekly grocery run will add over $500 to your vacation budget!

Have a Sale! Clean out your attic, basement, closets and garage and sell unused items. Dedicate all of your sale profits to your vacation fund. Kids may be more willing to part with old toys if they know a trip to Disney World is involved! Try websites like eBay or Craigslist, especially for larger items. Look for resale or consignment shops that will sell unwanted clothing or furniture for you.

Recycle for Money. Collect bottles, cans, plastic, copper, and turn it in for cash. One California mom fulfilled her lifelong dream of a trip to Italy with her husband by collecting everywhere she went, including work.

Change. Several times a week, empty out your pockets or pocketbooks of all coins and put them in a jar. Even a few dollars per week can add up over the
course of a year.

Happy Travels!