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November 12, 2017

 


Date: Nov 12, 2017
Time: 6:00am
Location: Hollywood Casino
777 Hollywood Blvd.
Joliet, IL 60436


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The goal of this event is as follows:

1.To bring a much needed toy to a very deserving boy or girl.
2. To further enhance the image of the towing industry.
3. To Break the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest tow truck parade.


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2013 Parade Results (November 10, 2013)

Toys Collected

Trucks 224 (Did not break our Guinness Book Of World Records of 324 Trucks)
http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/records-3000/largest-parade-of-tow-trucks/

We Collected 5,620 lbs. in toys.

Best Decorated Tow Truck - Many's Towing - River Grove, IL

Furthest Distance Traveled to Be In The Parade - Bob's Radiator Service - Atco, NJ (796 Miles)

Largest Fleet In Attendance - Ohare Towing - Downers Grove, IL (14 Trucks)

Most Toys Collected - Cal City Auto Parts - Calumet City, IL

Worldwide Equipment Sales Tow Truck Olympics
Men and Women Contestants had to run a agility course for the fastest time. Winners won a Gold, Silver or Bronze metal and 1st place received $250 2nd $150 and 3rd $100

  1. Unlock a door using a Big Easy
  2. Put a strap and ratchet around a wheel
  3. Put a set of wired tag lights on a car
  4. Sweep up and put debris into a bucket
  5. Cross finish line

Women's

  1. Gold - Kelly Jarmakowicz               Time: 1 Min 24.59 Sec
  2. Silver - Kara Anderson                   Time: 1 Min 30.66 Sec
  3. Bronze - Lisa Rothermel                 Time: 1 Min 35.72 Sec

Men's

  1. Gold - Eric Gonzales                       Time: 1 Min 11.47 Sec
  2. Silver - Manuel Page                       Time: 1 Min 12.75 Sec
  3. Bronze - Ramiro Sauado                Time: 1 Min 16.07 Sec





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