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On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Acorn Stairlifts participated in the Walk to Defeat ALS 2017 at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando, FL. Acorn employees, along with thousands of others, joined in the fight against ALS! Because of the generosity in the Orlando community, at the start of the walk, over $180,000.00 was raised to provide treatment, fund research and assist those with ALS and their families. We are so very proud to have been a part of this event, and will continue in the fight against ALS! 

 

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