Tow Professional

VOL6 ISS1 2017

Tow Professional is a comprehensive publication for the towing and recovery market. It is mailed directly to more than 29,000 decision makers including owners, presidents, CEO's and principals of towing companies throughout the United States.

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P erry Beaty by one of the peers of the Towing Industry. After talking for over an hour with Perry Beaty, "The Hasmat Responder Network Instructor," I realized that I was leaving money at most of my scenes. I also never realized how vulnera- ble and exposed I was to the hazardous environments I was in. I never really thought about composing such informa- tion until I spoke with Perry Beaty. After hosting a forty hour HAZWOPER class, I was now confident that I had been miss- ing out for over twenty years. Not only did the lead instructor (Rudy Dinkins) call me and thank me for believing in the pro- gram that Rudy and Perry provide to the Towing Industry. Rudy chose to provide me with his personal cell phone number for the assurance of having access to unlimited information regarding Hazmat situations. At this point, Canton Towing has billed clients over $17,000 in the past seven months of offering the Hazmat services. The minor clean-up spills that at one point was being deprived of at the s cene has now become a major part of my company's practices. Not only has the safety level of my environments improved, but my profit margin has increased significantly. Canton Towing has been invited to many scenes by numerous fire departments to help with ruptured tanks or Hasmat situations. They recognize Canton Towing as a proactive company that can properly con- tain these serious situations and has the resources to keep that confidence. This alone has been the most rewarding rela- tionship to date." We are here to help you experience the growth and development while being of service to municipalities and govern- ment entities also. To date, HRN is proud to announce over 100 certified HAZWOP- ER technicians. We strive to offer com- prehensive training and support to those tow and recovery professionals seeking to expand their business and create more revenue by tapping into this limitless potential. u Volume 6 • Issue 1 | | Tow Professional 47 Haz a ill co ai

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