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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Footnotes' Digital Edition for September Is Out!

Your September 2010 digital edition of Towing and Recovery Footnotes is now available. Simply click here to instantly begin reading the issue, or click on the features below to read specific articles.

    * Fighting words from our top business writer, who says the economy for small- and medium-size businesses is showing signs of improving. He shares with towing company owners and managers eight ways to capitalize on a possible upward swing in business fortunes. Page 1

    * Some big recovery blunders are frankly discussed and analyzed by our long-time "Recovery Notes" columnist, veteran towman Bill Jackson. He writes in his always-engaging way about the overturned locomotive, the downed bomber, the bridge incident, and other recoveries that didn't turn out quite like he'd planned. What would you have done differently? Page 8

    *Planning to sell your business? Here are the pros and cons that will help you make the best choices that will get the best results when that time comes. Advice on when and when not to sell and how and how not to do it, all outlined here with sound business advice. Page 22

    * Historic automotive firsts are revealed, including the first car accident, the first speeding arrest, the first car radio, air-conditioning, automatic transmission, and other fun auto firsts. Don’t miss these fascinating facts about your favorite vehicle to tow. Page 14

Also in this issue: New and improved equipment in Gear Mart; a chance to win $200 worth of Ford and Chevy Master Key Sets from Pierce Sales; our Lost Towers & Tow Heroes; the latest Tow Shows; and great new Combo Advertising Deals that will increase your product visibility at our new specially discounted rates.

If you cannot click on any of the links above, please copy and paste this URL into your web browser:

September 2010 Issue: http://www.flashedition.com/publication?i=45227

We hope you enjoy the September issue of Towing and Recovery Footnotes!

Sincerely,
Bill Candler
Editor

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