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Adam Roen

On April 27, 2014, Adam Roen happened upon a truck accident on I-35 in the Carlton area. He assisted a grandmother and her 4-year-old grandson escape from an overturned truck. As he was carrying the young boy to safety, another truck approached. Roen managed to toss the boy to safety but was struck by the truck and pinned underneath. He has had a hard road back, with four surgeries between St. Luke’s Hospital and Hennepin County Medical Center in the Twin Cities due to a broken scapula, torn triceps off of his elbow, broken ulna, broken ribs, torn bladder, broken pelvis, partially dissected right femoral artery, broken left femur, road rash and more. Nashville-based Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co., whose national program of giving Safe Step Cares routinely provides its state-of-the-art hydrotherapeutic tubs to those in need, heard about Adam’s story and has chosen him as Minnesota’s first recipient of the program.

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Twin Cities Pavilion

In August of 2013, Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. surprised the 60 residents of Crestview Manor with two state-of-the-art hydrotherapeutic tubs after receiving a letter that stated the residents of the low-income assisted living facility were bathing in deplorable conditions. The company also learned that the residents were playing bingo for toilet paper so Safe Step donated toilet paper for the life to the facility, a promise it has kept. Safe Step invited Crestview’s facility director Becky Brice Nash and Shirley Perring (who wrote the original letter) to its national dealer conference to speak. One of the guests was the facility director of the sister facility in Niceville, Twin Cities Pavilion, Melissa Mealer. About a week later, Safe Step received a second letter, this one from Mealer, simply asking for consideration for the 40 residents of her facility. In short, she wanted to know if lightning could strike twice. IT DID. Twin Cities received THEIR surprise when Safe Step, under the auspices of a fried chicken dinner and a presentation, treated the residents to beach towels, duffel bags, a world-class walk-in tub, wrapped in Valentine’s Day red, and a walk-in shower as well.

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Mac Evans

US Army Veteran Mac Evans served with the 29th Infantry Division during World War II and earned a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Combat Infantry Badge. He was also chosen as Louisiana’s first recipient of Safe Step Cares. He was formally nominated by a Safe Step employee. This most deserving, highly decorated US Army veteran received the surprise gift of a state-of-the-art hydro-therapeutic tub. “We are simply touched by Mac’s story and his service history,” said Mike Duffer, president and founder of Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. “He was carefully considered for this life-changing gift and we can’t wait to give him this world-class tub. It’s our honor to present this very deserving veteran with something that will provide him with comfort and safety for many years to come.”  

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Christina Davidson

When she realized normalcy was beyond her grasp, she also understood that making a difference for others was in the palms of her hands. She created a silent video about her battle, holding up poster-sized notes for the viewers to see while not saying a word. She posted it on her Facebook page, which has since been repositioned as a public figure page due to an overwhelming response. Her silent video in which she revealed her disease has been viewed more than 12 million times. Safe Step was contacted when Christina was scheduled to appear on The Doctors to discuss her disease and her new foundation. Safe Step answered the call and made a $10,000 donation to her foundation, which was announced on the show on Monday, March 2. In Safe Step Cares fashion, the company didn’t just want to write a check; the company invited Christina to visit the headquarters (where she’ll receive her check) to meet the company’s team members at a lunch meeting and open discussion about her disease and foundation. "We saw her story in the news and were touched. Of course, our first instinct was to give her a free tub to help her achieve comfort for her disease. But she’s more concerned about others and so we wanted to honor her wishes with a donation to her foundation,” said Mike Duffer, president and founder of Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co. “But this is not just cutting a check. She is now part of our family and we are part of hers. We wanted to present the check to her in person and have her meet the team, all of whom have been inspired by her courageous battle and noble efforts to bring awareness to cystic fibrosis.”

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