24-7 Assist fetes tow truck drivers
By Danial Norjidi
THE first ever appreciation dinner for 57 tow truck drivers working in Brunei was held by 24-7 Assist at IGS College in Kiulap, yesterday.
The dinner was held to appreciate and show gratitude to their tow truck drivers nationwide.
Mr Ken Han, Director of Product Development and Marketing for 24-7 Assist, said: “This is a celebration to honour and thank the tow truck operators for their generous support to our company.”
A short talk was delivered on “Standard Procedures for 24-7 Assist Towing Management” by Amir Hamzah, Roadside Technician.
Special awards were also handed out to the “Best Tow Company” and “Most efficient Tow Driver”. Recipients of the awards were chosen through a vote carried out by, according to Mr Han, “members of Roadside Assistance and Call Centre Ladies”.
The appreciation dinner also featured a lucky draw and certificates of appreciation were presented to the tow truck drivers.
According to Mr Han, there are “an average of 150 car breakdowns a day in the whole of Brunei, 40 of which are dealt with by 24-7 Roadside Assistance”.
Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin
Friday, June 19, 2009
24-7 Assist Fetes Brunei Tow Truck Drivers
Nice news from Brunei, which is a country on the island of Borneo in South East Asia. Here's the story from the Borneo Bulletin:
Posted by Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing & Recovery Footnotes at 3:59 PM