By December 6, 2010 0 Comments

Scrubadoo’s News: Happy Holidays!

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gingerbread menThe holidays are a great time of year. Families are together, the aromas of holiday meals fill the air, and although in most of the country it gets quite cold, there is a general warmth in the air from the spirit of the season. While most professions wind down for the holidays and take time to reflect on the year past and what is to come, in healthcare this usually isn’t the case.

Even if you don’t work in the industry you probably have a relative or close friend that you enjoy spending the holidays with who is. Oftentimes, our family has to make due without being together while my brother sacrifices much of his holidays to work at the hospital. The fact is that there are thousands of nurses, doctors, aids, and other staff members who willingly give their time during this season to help people in need.

These professionals are giving the gifts that can be much more valuable than any that will be opened.

This is truly living up to the spirit of the season. These professionals are giving the gifts that can be much more valuable than any that will be opened. It’s true that they work hard all year round but I wanted to make sure I took the time to give them a little recognition for this sacrifice and a special thank you for working hard throughout the holidays to make our community healthier.

So from everyone at Scrubadoo, thank you for your dedication and Happy Holidays!

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About the Author:

Brett Brohl is currently the CEO of both Scrubadoo.com and Scrubraisers brands which are headquartered in Minneapolis MN. Scrubadoo.com makes the online purchase of anything a nurse needs to wear to work as easy as can be. Scrubraisers.com offers a unique fundraising solution for any group or organization. He has an MBA from The Darden School of Business and attended Wake Forest University for his undergrad degree. Brett is originally from South Florida, enjoys entrepreneurship, anything having to do with the ocean, and hates the cold.

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