The week of May 16, 2011, is Police Appreciation Week. B&T Towing proudly supports Detroit's Finest and hopes our citizens will come out and support their Detroit Police Officers. Several events are going on throughout the week at each of the Districts. On Wednesday, community relations will be serving lunch at each of the Districts for the officers. On Thursday, the Districts are hosting a variety of events for the Officers and local residents. We hope to see you there!
"B&T Towing participated in Corktown's Annual St. Patty's Day Parade Sunday. Our team worked for weeks getting our equipment ready for display in this year's parade. For the first time we entered our original heavy duty tow truck in the parade, decorated with green shamrocks. The 1960 Mack was a proud display of automotive history and Irish pride. Thank you for all of those who came out to support Corktown and celebrate the Holiday. We hope to see you next year!"
B&T Towing welcomes Monster Jam to Detroit, helping set up for the hugely popular event. Come out and join us to see Monster Jam at Ford Field.
B&T thanks all of those who supported the Goodfellows "No Kid without a Christmas" fundraiser. Thousands of Detroit kids will have a Merrier Christmas because of you.
Boulevard & Trumbull Towing delivered nearly 200 pounds of Halloween candy this afternoon to the students of Matrix Human Services Head Start Program for the First Annual "Trunk or Treat" party, helping to make this a happier Halloween for local Detroit children!
Boulevard & Trumbull Towing congratulates Robert Marshal and Mike Fraser on completing Miller Industries Rotator "Ring Leaders" Training Seminar, proving our drivers are some of the best in the industry!
Boulevard & Trumbull Towing is proud to receive the Detroit Police Officers Association Certificate of Appreciation. Boulevard & Trumbull stands behind our community and our Detroit's Finest.
A B & T, received the HEAT Director's Award. The HEAT Director's Award was established to recognize those who have proven themselves to be dedicated to HEAT and to fighting auto theft in Michigan. We honor individuals from many different areas with this award. The award was given to Mr. Fiore who has always assisted law enforcement efforts through his company which handles impounded vehicles, many times at the expense of profit. He has educated his employees to be the "eyes and ears" of law enforcement when they are in the field, and he has provided both staff support and the use of his peroperties to the HEAT program for media opportunities and other filming, including the roll call video. His generosity and willingness to help are greatly appreciated. http://www.miheat.org/enforcement/director.htm.