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100 years of tow trucks!

Two weeks ago, the NRC team was in Chattanooga for the celebration of the 100 year anniversary of tow trucks, where it all began. An event like this was the perfect occasion to kickoff our new training program featuring eight NRC instructors, nationwide. We finished the training with the first ever Rotator Relay! This relay […]

GROUPE LABERGE: A CLASS ACT ALL THE WAY

I am part of a misunderstood generation; I have seen my parents and grandparents worrying frankly of what will happen to the workforce when my generation represent the majority of the payroll. We spoke of young people as cowards, indecisive, immature, without determination, without attachment and without respect for authority. I’m from Generation Y. Def. […]

BAKER HEAVY TOWING: RULES FOR SUCCESS

People tend to think that success and fulfillment come from what we do and how much we do. I used to think that too. My mind changed after interviewing Kirk Baker, from Baker Heavy Towing Cambridge, Ontario. In fact, it’s not really about what you do, how much hours you can put in or how […]

GROUPE MORIN: PERSONAL SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS

In today’s digital world, we need to ask ourselves, « What place does human contact have in business relationships? »  Is it still relevant and important in 2016? For Michel Morin and his sons, Étienne and Philippe, there’s no doubt about it; it’s these good business relationships that have allowed the company to thrive through the years. […]

POLADIAN’S LEGACY

Family-run businesses are a common thing in our industry and can present some unique entrepreneurial challenges. It has been proven that only 30% of the family owned businesses make it through the second generation.  At Eagle, I had the second generation in front of me and a member of the third one also (hello there […]