Abrams Towing located in multiple locations including Ottawa has shared some milestones and incredible stories of recovery in the towing industry.
Abrams Towing is widely known as this was also the main company used in the filming of a reality show in 2007 on the towing industry called Tow Biz. This show was aired in 2008 on the Outdoor Living Network.
Recent statistics from the Ministry Of Transportation show that the Hwy 401 westbound west of Keele Street in Toronto is one of the highest risk areas for motor vehicle accidents. View their incredible recovery pictures as they demonstrated a proactive and poised strategy each time that resulted in nothing less than an absolutely successful recovery.
Interestingly enough, Abrams' most unusual towing job involved towing a giant Nike shoe. While stories like these may be rare in other industries, in the towing industry they are often a regular occurrence when safety is compromised. This is why Abrams Towing only recruits and selects the finest and self-motivated talent who are highly equipped to address the challenges and changes that are accompanied with the job and its customers.
Abrams Towing – An Active Participant in Community Events
Abrams Towing is an active community leader and member as part of many shows and events. They seemed to steal the spotlight at the 2000 Monster Truck Show powerfully towing a monster truck in front of 30,000 viewers. Abrams also served as a vital contributor in other important world events such as the Official Tower of The Pope Mobile during Pope Saint John Paul II’s last visit to Canada.
You may have also seen them as participants with their famous red and white trucks in the Fergus Truck Show in 2006 and at the 2007 Kids Shrek On Ice Show in Newmarket. Their Race Recovery Teams were spotted at the 2007 Steelback Grand Prix in Toronto.
For your next event, contact Abrams Towing in Ottawa and they will be there to showcase their trucks and lend a helping hand 24 hours, seven days a week.