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  1. Well if your the owner then you would have to fire yourself. Besides these are images taken for the story. While a the choice of work wear should be considered, it is highly possible she was not working at the time.
  2. I am closing out this Roll Call Sunday evening. Every member that has replied by that time will be entered in the TowProfessional/TowForce Drawing. And don't forget the Tow411/TowForce Meet & Greet Friday evening 8p - 11pm Suite 1051 Great Wolf Lodge. Winners can pick up their price there, Unclaimed prizes will go to Tennessee.
  3. Midwest Regional Tow Show Roll Call, We're going to wrap up the drawing entries on Sunday. Here's a current list of those saying they would be at the show. If drawn you must pick your prize up on Friday evening at the TowForce Meet & Greet Sponsored by Beacon Software - OMG National - Tow Professional. You can check with the Tow Professional Booth for a list of winners Friday. Drawing held either Thursday or Friday on FB LIVE! If your name should be in the drawing let me know or just add a reply here.
  4. This is actually a very serious issue as we enter into a change of seasons. Many begin to develop Season Affective Disorder or SAD. Many of you have heard me talk about this openly every year. Overview Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody. Less often, SAD causes depression in the spring or early summer. Treatment for SAD may include light therapy (phototherapy), medications and psychotherapy. Don't brush off that yearly feeling as simply a case of the "winter blues" or a seasonal funk that you have to tough out on your own. Take steps to keep your mood and motivation steady throughout the year. READ THE FULL MAYO CLINIC ARTICLE HERE Know the signs, someone you know is struggling. Reach Out to them. you may be their Life Line!
  5. Well, seems this Promotion just was not good enough. But, there's still time to add your support for TowForce. The New Force in the Towing & Recovery Industry where if the Industry has a center without a doubt this is it... Anyone Agree? I nearly forgot, if you want a different word on the brim. We Can Do That...
  6. Talk Like A Pirate Day seems like a Great Opportunity for an additional entry in our T-Shirt Tuesday Drawing. For some of you that are new this might be your first opportunity. Don't let it pass cause it ends a midnight your time. Post something a Pirate might say today! To Be Entered: Doreen Jeffery Randall
  7. Thanks John, Only a couple of hours remaining in the Flash Drawing Entry.
  8. Flatbed Tow Truck Crashes Into Toll Plaza On Polk Parkway A flatbed tow truck caused a Sunpass lane to be shut down for hours. LAKELAND, FL — A flatbed tow truck caused a Sunpass lane to be shut down for hours Wednesday morning as the truck crashed into a toll plaza along Polk Parkway. The truck driver told Florida Highway Patrol troopers that he thought he struck something along the road as he approached the toll plaza. The driver told troopers "he believed he struck something else in the roadway, looked for the item and subsequently crashed into the attenuator along the left side of the Sunpass lane," according to FHP. Florida Highway Patrol reported that the tow truck went on to strike a concrete barrier wall before becoming disabled around 6:20 a.m. west of State Road 540. FHP said the Sunpass lane had to be shut down for about four hours as a result of the crash. The driver was identified as 28-year-old Timothy D. Johnson of Gibsonton, Florida. He suffered minor injuries but was not taken to the hospital, according to FHP. RESOURCE LINK
  9. Flash Entry Ends in just a few hours. Get in on this one by adding a reply.
  10. Kudos to Elite Towing for donating their services on the corvette. I guess they were either tie up or had enough. It seems the next tow truck in this video charged for the service. I'm kinda on the fence, but I have to lean towards the donation as they got a shout out in first video. Does your municipality recover these vehicles on some sort of schedule. That is the ones that are not recovered shortly after they go into the water? Do you get stuck with the expense or does an agency pay the charges? Again, I lean towards the donation in most cases when drivers are donating their time. Perhaps the Tow Truck should find a sponsor and do their own video as well. Hmm...
  11. This is a Flash Topic! Add your Reply Here for an additional entry. Those that have no had an opportunity to enter this is it. But, only for the next 24 hours! Entries to be added next week. TTOUT FTI Groups JohnB
  12. Mayestruck You have until Friday to pm TowZone your size and mailing address. * whan you see a flash drawing topic add a reply. Enter as many times as you can during this drawing which will run though the end of 2019. However, you can only win once, if your name is drawn again then it will be discarded and another member we be drawn. This assures as many members as possible receive a t-shirt. Thanks
  13. Wait till the water recedes, there is absolutely no reason to enter the water. The vehicles are already a total loss and what little fluids may leak with not be enough to contaminate the environment. The tow truck you see in this image may not be effected by this action tomorrow or next week. But it will show signs of failure within a month or two. unless the fluids are changed immediately.
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