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Each year since 1926, November 11 has been set aside to honor all Veterans who have served America. Originally known as Armistice Day, on June 1, 1954 the name was changed to Veterans Day to honor those who have served our country in previous years as well as those who are actively serving.
Since the very start, Mountainside Medical Equipment has been - and still is - a Veteran owned small business that takes pride in both supporting our Veterans and showing support each and every day through our business practices.
Being a Veteran himself, President Martin Zarnock Sr. fully understands how important it is to support our troops and Veterans. Over the years, Marty has strived to create a company that hires Veterans as well as supports VA and medical centers across the country. Mountainside Medical Equipment also works with government agencies to provide the best pricing and medical supplies available.
Although this Veteran owned medical supply is committed to supporting the troops each and every day our company wanted to take the time today to thank all those brave men and women who have proudly and bravely served this great country.
Wondering how you can observe Veterans Day?
Let the flag fly. Hang an American flag to show your patriotism! Many people will remember Veterans who served just by seeing the stars and stripes swaying in the breeze.
Thank a Veteran. Remember, these brave men and women fought for your freedom and are the reason you are here today. We would like to take the time to thank two Veterans here at Mountainside Medical in particular - our own President Martin Zarnock Sr. and Customer Service Rep Lucas Carrier. Both brave men proudly served our country in the United States Army.
Take a moment to think about what Veterans have done. Even if it is just for 5 minutes, just take some time today to appreciate what Veterans have done for us and acknowledge the freedoms they have fought for that we enjoy – and sometimes take for granted - each and every day of our lives.
How will you be honoring the Veterans in your life today?