EXETER, Pa.--Pride Mobility Products Corp. said Friday that Dan
Meuser, president of Pride USA, is departing the company to pursue
a full-time career in public service, ending a 20-year career with
Pride. Meuser has been on an extended leave of absence from the
firm after losing his bid for the Republican nomination in
Pennsylvania's 10th Congressional District in the state’s
April primary.

“I have always had a strong interest in government affairs
on the federal, state and local level. My recent venture into
politics, combined with my leadership of Pride Mobility’s
government affairs initiatives, solidified my desire to pursue
community- and government-related endeavors full time,”
Meuser said in a press release. “I am grateful to be in a
position to pursue my ambitions, and look forward to continuing my
active involvement with initiatives that ideally, will benefit the
residents in our local communities and beyond.”

Meuser joined Pride in 1988 to work alongside his father and
brother Scott Meuser, the company's chairman and CEO, and was
aggressive in developing Pride’s sales, marketing, customer
relationships and government affairs initiatives. During his
career, he became a vocal advocate for HME, particularly regarding
power mobility issues, and in 2006 was a recipient of
HomeCare magazine's HomeCaring Award in recognition of
distinguished service to the home medical equipment industry.

“During Dan’s 20 years of senior leadership, Pride
Mobility grew from approximately $2 million in sales to more than
$400 million and became the leader in the global market for
mobility products,” Scott Meuser said. “Equally as
important is the significant leadership role Dan played with
respect to the legislative issues that confront our industry and
the beneficiaries in need of mobility products. Dan’s
advocacy efforts are enviable and we, along with the entire Pride
family of employees, look forward to the positive contributions Dan
will undoubtedly make in the community.”

Dan Meuser will maintain his shareholder position with Pride
Mobility and will continue to hold a seat on the company’s
board of directors.