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More than a prize

June 5, 2014

Hino Trucks partnered with Miller Industries to give one lucky tow operator this fully loaded Hino 258ALP truck fitted with a Century 12 Series LCG carrier.  The education and legislative programs of the Professional Wreckers of Florida (PWOF) benefit from the truck giveaway, held at the Florida Tow Show in Orlando.

This year’s winner is Aaron Farron, co-owner of family-owned Sprint Towing out of Jacksonville, FL.  “I am so excited for the opportunity to introduce another Hino into our fleet,” said Farron.  “We already have four Hino 258s.  We chose Hino because we had always heard good things from other owners and drivers. The trucks are very solid, and they have the ability to tow larger personal vehicles than some other brands.”

Before the contest concluded, the truck travel­ed the country to various towing events and PWOF meetings to promote education and safety to independent wrecker operators.

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