Chattanooga, TN, December 02, 2011 — At the recent tow show in Baltimore, Lodar Radio Controls raised $3,000 for the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum (ITRHFM) Survivor Fund. Lodar generously donated ten wireless remote control units for auction at the show and held the hourly auctions in their booth on the show floor. Lodar donated all monies from these ten units to the Survivor Fund on Sunday at the close of the show. The results of this fundraiser surpassed all expectations and

Chattanooga, TN, December 02, 2011 — At the recent tow show in Baltimore, Lodar Radio Controls raised $3,000 for the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum (ITRHFM) Survivor Fund. Lodar generously donated ten wireless remote control units for auction at the show and held the hourly auctions in their booth on the show floor. Lodar donated all monies from these ten units to the Survivor Fund on Sunday at the close of the show. The results of this fundraiser surpassed all expectations and

“We are proud to accept these funds and appreciate Lodar’s selfless support of the Survivor Fund,” stated Jeffrey Godwin, Chairman for the ITRHFM Survivor Fund committee. “Their donation is a very generous one and we look forward to working with Lodar in the future.”

The donated units were Lodar two function wireless systems and the traffic around the booth was steady throughout the show.  Each hour brought a spirited auction and more money for the Survivor Fund. The winners of the auctions were:

Cloverdale Tow from Cloverdale, CA

Martins Wrecker Service from Cartersville, GA

Chips Repair and Towing from Suffolk, VA

Greens Garage from Hampstead, MD

Express Towing & Repair from Dover, PA

M & K Towing from Baltimore, MD

Hot Rods from Martinsburg, VA

Baileys Garage & Towing from Brockway, PA

“We are proud to support the Survivor Fund and its international reach,” said Tim Halford, Director of Sales and Marketing for Lodar. “Our industry loses dozens of men and women in the line of service every year and in this small way we can help the efforts of the Survivor Fund to support the families left behind.”

About Skidmore 4WD Ltd
Skidmore 4WD Ltd was founded in 1987. Lodar was first produced by the company in 1988 and is the registered brand name for the ever increasing range of Radio Remote Controls. Skidmore 4WD Ltd is based in Walsall, Sandwell, UK and manufactures over 90% of Lodar in the UK. Lodar’s success in the USA has evolved around the quality of service from their own independent service department, Lodar Service and Support, along with a full stocking warehouse at Pierce Sales Both are situated in Henrietta, TXand serve the needs of this expanding market.

About ITRHFM Survivor Fund
The International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum launched the towing industry Survivor Fund. The Survivor Fund is the latest addition to the ITRHFM family and was established to help the families of the men and women that have make the ultimate sacrifice in the line of service. The Survivor Fund provides the families of these fallen towers with a uniform financial gift at the time of their loss. ITRHFM is a 501(c)(3) organization and accepts donations for its Survivor Fund as well as other programs and operations from individuals, corporations and groups.

Contact :
Jeffrey Godwin
Vice President
FTI Groups, Inc.
Chattanooga, TN
877-401-2345 ext. 205
eFax: (617) 344-2659
jgodwin@ftigroups.com
http://www.ftigroups.com