TRS recruiter Karissa Hobbs wrote an awesome song, and we had an opportunity to take it to the next level by making an awesome music video. “Welcome Home” was not only our gift to all nurses, but it also was a heartfelt thank you for the many sacrifices they make and for the lives they comfort and restore every day. However, we would be remiss if we didn’t take the time to thank the business owners and staff who were involved in the project. We would like to thank the staff at Baxter Regional Medical Center; Jed Bullock, co-owner of Best Western Eureka Inn; and Darren Crisp, owner of Crisp Recording Studios.
1. Baxter Regional Medical Center offers state-of-the-art healthcare. The following is some of the high-level care that staff provide: open-heart surgery, cancer care, partial knee replacements and physical rehabilitation.
2. The 86-room Best Western Eureka Inn in Eureka Springs will celebrate its 42nd year in business this year. It has been owned by the same family since it was established. The hotel offers “things a traveler has come to expect in modern facilities,” Jed said. Some of the amenities include complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, a large outdoor pool, fitness center, dry sauna and whirlpool.
3. Darren established Crisp Recording Studios in Fayetteville in 1999. “First and foremost we’re about people,” Darren said. The studio strives to help people achieve their dreams. It offers complete audio and video production.