As the founder of RadMed Associates, a major medical supply distributor, Laura Rhoades brings unwavering passion to all that she does in her business and in her life. She founded Scrubs-2-Go after working in the medical industry for more than three decades, including her work as a board-certified radiology and magnetic resonance imaging technician.
Laura named her Scrub Mobile “The Betty Bus” to honor her mother, who had recently passed away from pancreatic cancer, inspiring her to be even more dedicated than ever in supporting the American Cancer Society. She plans to assist the ACS in any way that she can in the hopes that continued research will finally eradicate this deadly disease.
As a fun, fierce, and fashionable leader, Laura’s enthusiasm for making every customer look and feel fabulous shines in every product selection and customer interaction. Her mission when she appears in her big, pink truck is to provide women and men with the best fitting, most flattering, and most comfortable scrubs – while making it easy and convenient to shop by bringing the store to them!
“Bringing you the store” is now bringing an opportunity to entrepreneurs seeking a turn-key business model in the medical, retail industry, with an innovative approach to serving professionals in healthcare. Their mission is to provide women and men with the best fitting, most flattering, and most comfortable scrubs—ideally to make shopping for scrubs easy and convenient by bringing the store right to them!
Scrubs-2-Go operates by having their big, pink truck appear and park in front of a doctor’s office, clinic, or a hospital. Then, employees who have already been alerted before the arrival, walk out and step into the truck to purchase what they desire on the spot.
Some of the key advantages of this mobile business model are that you can choose to start working the business part-time or full-time and your earning potential is excellent. You don’t have to pay rent, property taxes, or utility costs and all the apparel is issued to the business owner on consignment therefore further reducing the initial investment cost.
This business model has a vast targeted market audience that is driven by the ever-growing industry of healthcare professionals, local businesses, and medical students that will always require the need for scrubs and uniforms.