NOVI, Mich., July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Hino Trucks has teamed up with Miller Industries to provide one lucky tow operator a chance to win a fully loaded 2010 Hino model 258ALP with a Century 12 Series LCG Carrier. The truck will be a part of a giveaway that benefits The Professional Wreckers of Florida (PWOF) Education and Legislation Programs and will be raffled during next year's Florida Tow Show in Orlando.
This is the second year Hino Trucks has provided a vehicle for the Tow Show's giveaway. "This is a way for us to give something back to the independent wrecker operators and to help with the success of promoting education and safety," explained Glenn Ellis, Vice President of Marketing for Hino Trucks. "The PWOF are constantly looking for new ways to advance the towing industry and Hino Trucks is proud to partner with Miller Industries to support this event and their organization."
The Hino 258ALP roll back has a unique design and leads the industry by providing a total package of driver comfort and flexibility, superior performance, low-cost-per-mile operation, and outstanding serviceability and reliability. The Century 12 Series LCG Carrier is a revolutionary design that allows the carrier deck to be mounted 5 - 6 inches lower then comparable units providing a lower load angle, better stability, increased safety with the operator being able to secure the load from the ground and the ability to transport taller loads.
Mike Seamon, Executive Director of PWOF added, "The Professional Wrecker Operators of Florida is pleased to once again travel to Tow Shows across the country to allow attendees to test drive the new Hino with a brand new design LCG Miller Industries carrier. The air ride on the Hino and the new low center of gravity mounted flatbed makes for a very low angle for specialty vehicles and is a perfect fit for our industry."
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Grand Prize Hino Truck To Be Raffled At 2010 Florida Tow Show
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Posted by Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing & Recovery Footnotes at 12:28 PM