Community. Support. Healthier living. It all came together at the 2018 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk, where Team MOBE took big steps toward heart health.
In support of our client Premera, MOBE participated in the October 13 Seattle area walk. In all, the team raised over $11,000 including MOBE’s contribution to the Executive Match Challenge and individual participant donations.
We were honored to be part of this important and memorable event. The AHA’s efforts toward heart health align perfectly with MOBE’s care path to move. We were able to spend quality time with the participants we serve and support our client, as well as the Seattle community.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the walk. We made a difference, together. Go Team MOBE!
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Rick has devoted the better part of his career to new business creation. He gained expertise by building innovation teams and capabilities for some of the world's premier technology and consumer brands and Fortune 100 innovators. He now joins MOBE as the VP of Innovation. Learn a little more about his background, what drew him to MOBE, and how his passion for continuous improvement and desire to help others made him a perfect fit for the role.
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