Tennessee Tow Show and Museum Weekend Are Cancelled
WINTER SPRINGS, Fla., July 14, 2020 (Newswire.com) - The 2020 Tennessee Tow Show and the International Towing Museum Weekend, originally scheduled for October in Chattanooga, Tenn., have been canceled due to uncertainties related to the coronavirus.
"Just as company owners are vigilant about the safety of their towing operators and customers, the Tennessee Tow Show and the International Towing Museum are vigilant about our participants' safety," said Clarissa Powell, publisher of Tow Times magazine, which is a co-sponsor of the Tennessee show, along with the Tennessee Tow Truck Association.
The Tennessee Tow Show and the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum, which each year put on the towing and recovery industry's premier celebration, are grateful for the support of sponsors and exhibitors during this time, as well as the many acknowledgments of the camaraderie that will be missed this year.
That's why plans are in the works for the 2021 event, scheduled for Oct. 7-10, 2021, to make it bigger and better than ever – a time filled with friendship, laughter, hugs and handshakes. Please mark the date and join us!
Congratulations again to the inductees of the Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame Class of 2020 – Troy Barnett of Arizona, Ron Bressler of Pennsylvania, Stacey Tucker Canterbury of Washington, Tom Griffin of Tennessee, Norman Horton of Alabama, Phil Howard of Georgia, Luc Le Baron of France, Rodney Pellow of Minnesota, Antonio Re of Australia and Sherry White of California. The industry looks forward to seeing you accept towing's highest honor in 2021.
To the towing community everywhere, stay healthy and safe. See you in 2021.
Source: Tow Times