Attendees can learn about current and upcoming Freeus 3G mobile personal emergency response systems
OGDEN, UT – Freeus, LLC, one of the fastest growing mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS) businesses in the United States, announced that it will exhibit at the MAMA Annual Meeting taking place November 1-3, 2016 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee.
“We are very pleased to participate in the 2016 MAMA Annual Meeting. It is extremely valuable to keep a finger on the pulse of the PERS industry, as Freeus is focused on creating products designed to meet the changing needs of users and dealers,” said Brock Winzeler, General Manager of Freeus.
The Medical Alert Monitoring Association (MAMA) is the only professional trade association representing the needs of the medical alert monitoring and personal emergency response services industry. MAMA members provide services to more than 80% of medical alert customers in the US.
Freeus has developed Belle®, a 3G emergency alert pendant that offers help at home and away with the press of a button. It features two-way voice and is water-resistant, and the rechargeable battery lasts up to 30 days per charge. Belle is used by tens of thousands of customers and connects with a UL-Listed, TMA Five Diamond Certified central station around the clock, and care specialists there can send emergency services or loved ones to users, depending on what is needed.
The MAMA conference features keynote speaker Jim Craig, goaltender for the gold medal-winning 1980 US Olympic hockey team, along with attendees from the PERS and monitoring industries.
Freeus, LLC is a wholesale provider of innovative two-way voice mobile personal emergency response systems (mPERS) that work at home and away from home to provide fast access to trained and certified emergency care specialists and offer peace of mind to seniors and their caregivers. Freeus mobile PERS devices are distributed through authorized dealers nationwide. Learn more at www.freeus.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.