Regional EMS & Critical Care, local emergency and non-emergency medical transportation company, returns to Carbon County Oktoberfest for the third year in a row. This year’s event will be held at Franklin Township Fire Company on Fairyland Road in Lehighton on September 25 -26. Matt Feller, founder and president of Regional EMS & Critical Care says of the event:
“It’s a wonderful event that kicks off the fall season in Carbon County. We are happy to be a part of it, to see families getting out and enjoying themselves, and to offer medical services as well as first aid demonstrations. I hope Oktoberfest visitors stop by and see us. We’re not just there for emergencies – we’re part of the fun!”
Carbon County Oktoberfest, held the last Friday and Saturday in September, offers authentic food and beer crafted locally by Red Castle Brewery and Castle Grill. Have a bite while enjoying local vendors, rides, and music. There will also be wine from Galen Glen. Steve Ohl, and R.F. Ohl share in the enthusiasm for the local community and the season, and is thrilled to also participate as a sponsor, having founded the event with Frank Potoczak of Red Castle Brewery. The crisp autumn air and lightly changing leaves are the perfect backdrop to this kickstart to autumn fun in the southern Pocono mountains.
Don’t forget to stop by and say hello to the Regional EMS team. They’ll have first aid demonstrations and vouchers for a free first aid kit when you schedule a training for your organization (scouts, school classrooms, church youth groups, etc.) or medical services for your events (sports games, 5K, etc.) The Regional EMS team loves to share their expertise and meet the locals, so bring your kids by and ask some questions!
You can get in the spirit of the season on September 25, 3-10pm, or September 26, 12-10pm at Franklin Township Fire Company on Fairyland Road in Lehighton.
Regional EMS & Critical Care provides ambulance, wheelchair, life support and critical care services in Eastern Pennsylvania. They strive to deliver the highest level of confidence when patients are in their care. Their goal is not to deliver service that meets minimum requirements, but radically exceeds expectations. Visit www.REMSCC.com for more information.
If you are re-evaluating your facility’s non-emergency medical transportation providers and have questions about what Regional EMS & Critical Care can do for you, reach out here: http://bit.ly/REMSCC_TalkWithMatt