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Workscript

http://www.workscript.net

We at WorkScript are committed to providing our customers the best service, products and prices in the industry. If you have any questions or need assistance please contact us at our corporate phone number, (888) 298-2208 or email us at mail@WorkScript.net. Thank you for you patronage.

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TOTAL e-MEDICAL INC

http://www.totalemedical.com

We are a family owned business that you can rely on for home delivery of all of your medical supplies. TOTAL e-MEDICAL is the premier physician-supervised medical supplier and we are dedicated to providing quality products and personalized service for all of our customers. Our family is committed to helping you make your life a little easier. We can help you find the right product to fit your needs, and we can help you find out what your insurance will and won't cover. Your 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We'll even file your claims! With TOTAL e-MEDICAL there is no waiting in long lines, rude telephone operators or automated phone systems. Our phones are answered by knowledgeable, respectful and caring medical consultants, ready to serve you.

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John Ross Insurance Service Ltd.

http://www.johnrossinsurance.com

John Ross Insurance is a General Insurance Broker operating from the same location in Vancouver since 1928. In addition to offering home insurance, ICBC auto insurance and travel insurance, we provide customers in the Lower Mainland area with personalized insurance packages for commercial businesses, fleet operators, physicians and small business owners. Our company works with many underwriters and thus we can offer customers a wide variety of insurance options. Call us now at 604-731-5258 and speak to one of our highly qualified and experienced individuals.

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New River Valley Agency on Aging

http://www.nrvseniorservices.org

The New River Valley Senior Services has been providing transportation and nutritional services to seniors for over three decades, 18 years under the direction of Gary Heinline (pictured above). "The goal is to keep our seniors happy and at home for as long as possible and out of nursing homes," Heinline said, "And we give particular attention to those with disabilities." And the program has been highly successful in its efforts," he added. And with the increasing number of seniors, the drums roll and the beat goes on at Senior Services. The offices are located along with the New River Valley Agency on Aging at the above address and contact act numbers. The services are listed below and are available to those with disabilities in the New River Valley. They are: PLEASE USE BACK BUTTON ON BROWER TO RETURN TO HOME PAGE

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MEDCO Medical Supply Inc

http://www.e-medco.com

Medco Medical Supply has been providing quality medical equipment services and supplies to Texans since 1971. We are proud of our growth from humble beginnings to a leading home health company while maintaining friendly, one-on-one relationship with our customers. We want our customer to feel they are treated in an honest, caring and professional manner each time they use our services. Each request will be responded to with the same willingness and thoughtfulness as if it was for our own family member, and Medco is committed to constantly improving our services to best meet the needs of our customers and caregivers. Medco's ongoing search for quality products at competitive prices allows us to remain profitable without jeopardizing our quality of service. This continued research allows us to expand our scope of services to better serve our customers and community. We strive each year to improve our sales and productivity, but that goal is tempered by our commitment to our customers to ensure that their needs are met.

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Lycetts

http://www.lycetts.co.uk

Lycetts, as the company is now universally recognised, was established in Newcastle in 1961 as Wright Deen Lycett Limited by our Life President, Michael Lycett, with the help of Sir Ralph Carr-Ellison and Lloyds brokers, Wright Deen. Shortly after the firm was set up, Wright Deen Lycett took offices in Newcastle's historic Milburn House, which still remains the group's head office. It was Michael Lycett's intention that the business should be based on three divisions. To that end he was joined in 1962 by John Browne-Swinburne, who was responsible for starting a financial services department and in 1970 by Robin Douglass, an experienced commercial broker who complemented Michael Lycett's expertise in that sector. In 1973, the company changed its name to Lycett, Browne-Swinburne & Douglass Ltd. Shortly afterwards, Edward Nicholl, previously with Willis Faber & Dumas in London, returned North to develop the farm and estate side of the business. Over the next few years, a number of key individuals who are members of the current board joined to make a major contribution to the company's rapid growth. Upon Michael Lycett's retirement in 1976, John Browne-Swinburne became managing director, a role he subsequently combined with that of Chairman. In 1994, the company adopted the trading name of Lycetts and continued to develop according to its core principles of finding the right people in the right places to give the best possible service to clients. John handed over the role of Managing Director to Edward Nicholl in 1992 and that of Chairman in 2002. During the 1990s, Lycetts developed its nationwide network from its Newcastle base through the creation of offices in Oxford, Norfolk, Aberdeen, Sussex, Edinburgh and latterly Exeter and Shropshire. Growth was mainly attributable to the expansion of the company into the farm and estate sector through this network of offices, with commercial insurance and financial services being predominantly traded from the Newcastle office. Although based in Newcastle both the Commercial division and Lycetts Financial Services share the nationwide client base successfully enabling the company to provide mutual support to clients across the range of disciplines. With a highly experienced and technical broking team the Commercial division has developed a broad array of clients. Recent recognition, by the Insurance Times, as the foremost independent insurance broker in the North East has cemented the position of the Commercial broking team amongst the head office business community. Financial Services has developed a niche expertise in providing advice to rural businesses and estate clients as well as the mainstream corporate and private sectors. In 2003, Lycetts acquired the specialist animal trade insurance broker Cliverton, which now operates as a separate trading division of Lycetts. Cliverton was established in 1973 and has developed various insurance schemes to cover a range of animal-related industries, and also for rural businesses and smallholdings. Lycetts made a further addition to its business in 2005 when it acquired Woking-based Algarve Insurance Brokers Ltd. Algarve represented an ideal acquisition to support Lycetts' stated aim to maintain its position as the leading independent broker in the rural sector, given its expertise in the insurance of tree surgeons, arboriculturalists and foresters. The acquisition, in October 2006, of The Hydra Group, including Hamilton and Partners - market leaders in the bloodstock sector represents the next stage in Lycetts strategy to develop further into niche markets. Charles Hamilton, now on the board of Lycetts, bought the business of Bradstock Hamilton Limited, in 1999. Now named Lycetts Hamilton Ltd, the company provides insurance services to owners of bloodstock, equine and rural property, as well as other high value residential property. Sharing a similar philosophy, business approach, client base and strong belief in personal service, Lycetts Hamilton represents an ideal fit with the Lycetts business model and this acquisition aims to consolidate the groups leading position within this market sector. The key to Lycetts' success has been balance - not only in the insurance expertise on which the business is based, but also in the advice given. Clients seek a balanced opinion on most problems, based on sound professional knowledge, experience and common sense. In order to achieve this balanced view, Lycetts employs brokers with a wide experience in life, not just insurance broking. At Lycetts, staff are encouraged to take on community commitments, such as becoming magistrates or school governors and also to work hard and play hard. The aim of the founders of Lycetts was twofold: to provide first class insurance advice and to provide careers for promising individuals who would contribute to the running of their local communities. These principles continue to prevail in the ongoing development of the company.

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Insurance Corporation of British Columbia

http://www.icbc.com

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been served 72-hour strike notice by the union representing our staff. The union can therefore be in a legal position to walk out during the afternoon of Oct. 30, 2003. ICBC remains hopeful that a settlement will be reached, however contingency plans have been developed and will be forwarded to you in the event of a service disruption. One possibility is that the union initiates rotating or limited job action. ICBC will do everything possible to minimize the impact on its customers and business partners.

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