Beltone Hosts "Prom" for Patients and Local Community

May 24th at Trowbridge Canal Club, Bourne

Who’s heard of a Prom for Patients and the Community?  Beltone New England has, that’s for sure! 

The Beltone offices on Cape Cod, MA (including Plymouth, Hyannis, South Dennis and Wareham) are hosting their first ever prom. The offices thought that this was a great way to give back to the community and also their patients. They wanted to do something different and unique, and let the community relive a magical time in their life.

There will be great music, delicious food, dancing, raffle prizes you don’t want miss out on, photo’s and a keepsake gift for all who attend. The prom takes place on May 24th from 4PM- 7PM at Trowbridge Canal Club, located at 100 Trowbridge Rd, Bourne, MA 02532. 

There will also be a display table where everyone will get to see the latest and greatest Beltone Technology including the new Beltone Trust Hearing aids that recently became available to the public.

Don’t miss out on this enchanted evening! Beltone will be crowning their first ever official Prom King and Queen. Beltone Patients can buy tickets for the prom for $5.00 each while non Beltone patients may purchase tickets for $10.00 each.  More information is available by calling Nancy at (508) 295-4075.

Beltone New England is part of the largest Beltone dispensership in the country with over 48 locations in 6 states.  Their patient care is second to none, and they are committed to providing their patients with the highest level of service and quality products in the industry.  Their offices are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art testing equipment to assure accuracy of all their testing procedures.  Their team of Hearing Instrument Specialists and Audiologists are continually trained in new technology and service techniques, allowing them to offer consistent reliable care to their patients. For more information, visit www.Beltone.com

Update: See photo gallery from the 2017 Beltone Prom.


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