Tow Show News
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.
With a presence in the north for the last 25 years, Shawbrook Asset Finance (formerly Singers Asset Finance) is a specialist in providing bespoke funding solutions for recovery vehicles. We recently caught up with Karl Kirkpatrick, Regional Sales Manager for Asset Finance, and his team based across northern England.
The Gala Charity Dinner (sponsored by RTR) was once again a glittering affair with Bobby Davro headlining. Prior to taking their seats dinner guests were invited to have their photographs taken with their partners and colleagues as they enjoyed pre-dinner more »
It’s that time of year again, time to take a note of the time, the date and the venue of the Tow Show 2015. Here it is for your diary: Thursday and Friday, 10-11 September 2015 at the Telford International Centre.
Professional Recovery magazine is proud to once again launch the Recovery of the Year competition. The recovery operator judged to have performed the best recovery of the year will be invited to the Gala Charity Dinner at the Tow Show as our guests and will receive the prestigious Recovery of the Year trophy.
Space at this year’s Tow Show has been in big demand in the early weeks of going on sale. Paul Gregory, show director, said: “We’ve been inundated already with companies booking open space. It is very nice that space is in such big demand but we are concerned that companies looking to book space might be disappointed so the message is very clear – ‘Book now to avoid disappointment’”