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‘Perfect’ Boston Marathon for Omaha Amramp owners

Posted on April 22, 2011

Not only did Amramp  of Omaha owners Todd and Bridgette Torring complete the 2011 Boston Marathon,  the high-school sweethearts ran the entire 26.2 miles side-by-side and finished  together. Bridgette’s official finish time – just one second a head of Todd –  was 4:02:59 on a sunny and windy Monday in Massachusetts.

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Omaha Amramp franchise owners eye Boston Marathon

Posted on April 15, 2011

Just two of 20,000 Boston Marathoners, Nebraska Amramp franchise owners Todd and Bridgette Torring of Omaha aim to complete the world’s oldest annual 26.2-mile race. The prestigious time-qualified marathon marks Todd’s seventh marathon and Bridgette’s sixth.

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Amramp Launches Quarterly Newsletter

Posted on March 24, 2011

Amramp launches its first issue quarterly eNewsletter, Spreading Independence – One Ramp At a Time.

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Wheelchair tennis gains national and international status

Posted on March 8, 2011

Now backed by both the U.S. Tennis Association and the International Tennis Federation, this is a big year for wheelchair tennis. The sport was originated 35 years ago by Brad Parks, who was paralyzed in a skiing accident. He decided to try tennis, and now the sport is gaining popularity nationally and internationally.

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Wheelchair access within reach of youth sports organizers

Posted on February 22, 2011

Rick Griffiths of Amramp in North Carolina is used to unexpected requests for wheelchair ramps. So when the call came from a coach at Providence High School in Charlotte, N.C., who needed a ramp for the school’s new press box, Rick was not fazed. Within two days, the problem was solved with a 63-foot modular […]

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