January 23, 2014 — The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) is pleased to announce Meyer Distributing Company as the “Official Chiropractic Supply and Equipment Distributor for ACA.” Founded in 1948, Meyer Distributing Company has one of the most extensive product selections in the industry, with more than 23,000 products from 600 manufacturers to choose from.
As a family-owned business, Meyer Distributing believes in a hands-on approach when it comes to serving customers. With no barriers to communication and an eagerness to lend a helping hand, the organization strives to add value to the important components of managing patient care. For 66 years, Meyer has been supplying doctors of chiropractic the equipment and products they need to care for their patients.
Adding to its overwhelming focus on customer service and support, Meyer Distributing has established three strategic distribution centers across the United States that help ensure products are delivered in one to three business days. Meyer prides itself on offering ACA members:
- A dedicated and knowledgeable sales and customer service team
- Distribution centers in Ohio, Florida and California
- Same day shipping on orders placed by 6 PM EST / 5 PM PST
- No minimum orders
“Through this partnership, ACA members now have access to an abundance of clinical supplies, accessories and equipment that will help DCs save time and money,” said ACA President Keith Overland, DC. “Meyer’s extensive product catalogue, along with its dedication to customer service and satisfaction, made it an easy decision to make them the official distributor of the ACA.”
“We are proud and honored to support the ACA and its members. Much like the ACA, our mission is to provide our customers with the best answer to their patient’s health and wellness needs,” said Steven Copperman, Meyer’s Vice President of Sales. “Our team looks forward to building this partnership now and in the future by providing chiropractors and their staff the information, support and products they need to serve their patients and grow their practices.”