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180 Medical Participates in Annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in OKC

On Saturday, April 30th, the National MS Society held their Central Oklahoma chapter’s 2016 Walk MS event at the Wild Horse Park in Mustang, OK. 180 Medical always loves to participate in the annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in OKC, so we attended with excitement.

About Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis affects millions of people worldwide, including many of our customers, who depend on us for reliable, friendly service and top-quality supplies. So we like to do what we can to show our support for those affected. Not only that, but taking steps with Walk MS helps support research to help find a cure as well as improve the quality of life for the many men and women living with MS today.

180 Medical employees at 2016 Walk MS

About the Annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in OKC

It’s a great cause, and it’s always a lot of fun for us to get together with our co-workers on a weekend and connect with other local companies and people who are there to support the MS Society. We couldn’t have asked for a day with better, more perfect weather. Some of us brought our dogs along for the walk, and many of us brought spouses and children too. And who knew our kids would get to meet some of their favorite characters from Star Wars, Captain America, Ghostbusters, and some Disney Princesses at the finish line too? All in all, it was a great day for a great cause, and we look forward to next year’s event!

To find a local Walk MS event in your area, find out more at the official Walk MS page of the National MS Society.

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180 Medical Participates in Annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in OKC
Jessica is the Sr. Marketing Specialist at 180 Medical with a tenure of 14 years. She loves getting to be creative in her role and seeing the positive influence 180 Medican can make on our customers' lives.

Outside of work, you can find her hanging out with her husband and their dogs or browsing garden centers (where she will almost certainly buy another houseplant she doesn't really need).