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TowTimes.com - Arizona’s First Slow Down Move Over Billboard

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Source: Tow Operators Safety Coalition of Arizona press release


Sponsors from across the nation came together in collaboration with the Tow Operators Safety Coalition of Arizona for the good of the towing industry by creating a new Slow Down, Move Over billboard.


The billboard space was donated to the Coalition by Veronica at ACME Recovery. The billboard is located on I-17 near the 19th Avenue exit in Phoenix. It went up in early February.


Sponsors of the billboard were B/A Products Co., Kal Partz, Midco Truck Sales, RRM Insurance Services, Santander Finance, Todd Equipment Inc, and Tomar Electronics.


“The Tow Operators Safety Coalition (TOSC) is a newly formed organization with its first mission to get the billboard up,” states a TOSC press release. “Getting the word out to the public is the only way we are going to save lives.  It is not enough to talk about it among the industry — everyone in the towing industry knows that motorists need to move over. It’s the millions of people on the roadways we need to reach.


“Public outreach is an ongoing mission of the Coalition and other ideas are already in the works to ensure the safety of tow operators on the roadways. TOSC is currently looking at other sites for more permanent billboards of this kind. The coalition hopes to inspire all associations across the country to do the same.”


To learn more about the Tow Operators Safety Coalition visit towopsafe.org or visit them on Facebook.


Email TowOperatorSafetyCoalition@yahoo.com


View the full article and more on TowTimes.com

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