Tow Show News
The Professional Recovery Tow Show has announced the dates for next year’s show. The organisers have renewed their contract with the Telford International Centre but have decided to move the show from its usual Thursday and Friday slot to Wednesday and Thursday 7-8 September.
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Send Shawbrook your tow truck selfie to win a weekend in Loch Lomond!
– and we’re doing it a little bit different this year . . .
Yes, the team has been at it again scouring the UK for the best ideas and implementing some of the ideas that operators have requested. Use that Rotator to its full extent and take it to the extreme; King Kong versus Godzilla on show at Telford; go back to the future and see what we can do with a four-wheeler; working in London recovering hybrid buses? . . . we’ll show you how to do it!
A new and very welcome sponsor comes on board with this year’s Business Seminar. Allianz Global Assistance have jumped at the chance to sponsor the event and Ben Johnson said: “The Tow Show has become the highlight of the recovery industry year and it is a privilege as a business to be able to support such an important event. The show provides a fantastic opportunity for the vehicle recovery community to meet as a whole and get a closer feel for what manufacturers and suppliers have to offer.
Boniface Engineering have agreed to sponsor the All Industry Display Team for the first time and Mike Boniface feels he can bring some new ideas to the industry demonstration which has become the highlight of the Show.
Tow Show director, Paul Gregory is taking part in the Prudential Bike Ride London-Surrey 100 on Sunday 2 August 2015. Paul, who numbers cycling as one of his hobbies alongside managing a junior football team, has been putting in the miles in order to be fit enough to complete the challenging route which takes in part of the Olympic road racing route.