This year’s El Nino is proving to be one of the strongest on record. Since October, the US has experienced heavy rains, mudslides, tornadoes, and other strong weather patterns. For years, La Boit-built clinics have provided much-needed services during natural disasters. In 2006, more than 100 La Boit-built clinics responded to New Orleans after Hurricane…

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Many of La Boit’s clients are non-profit organizations – from blood donation organizations and non-profit hospital systems to humane societies and low-cost spay/neuter clinics. As a result, they rely heavily on donations from individuals and businesses to cover the cost of their mobile clinic purchase, as well as their day-to-day operating expenses. Many of them…

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2015 marks La Boit’s 33rd anniversary. In those 30+  years, we’ve learned a lot about what works when custom-building specialty vehicles. It’s the reason why we continue to lead the mobile animal care industry for both independent veterinarians and humane societies, as well as continue to grow rapidly in mobile medical and bloodmobiles.

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A USDOT number is assigned by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and is designed to regulate commercial vehicles that engage in the transportation of passengers, interstate commerce, or hazardous materials. These regulations were developed for the safety of drivers and passengers of heavy commercial vehicles, as well as for those who share the…

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Association of Donor Recruitment Professionals (ADRP) Annual Conference in Denver, April 22-24, 2015 The theme of this year’s ADRP Conference is “Recruitment Collaboration Elevated.” ADRP describes the conference as “an exciting educational meeting is planned for all donor recruitment, collections and donor services professionals. Throughout the annual conference, attendees will hear inspiring and thought-provoking presentations…

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