Halloween Adult Prize Pack:
Share your Halloween scare with us! Tweet or Insta a scary, cute or funny costume to @tubertowing for your crack at an adult prize pack! (Teaser picture posted above). Winner will be selected just in time for Halloween!
Contest Closed Tuesday Oct 31st, 2017
Thank you to all our entrants for our Halloween Giveaway!
Think you know the answer? Tag & Share with you friends for your chance to *WIN* AN EMERGENCY ROADSIDE KIT! *FREE* $45 Value
We ABSOLUTELY Love getting fan mail from our loving family of customers!
It's days like these when a tow operator realizes why he loves what he does! A kind young girl took the time to thank us after her mom needed our help! #ThankYou #Rescued #TuberFamily #TowTruck
For years Alberta was known for the abundance of work and lack of employees mainly driven by the oil and gas industry.
For the past two years Alberta has put the brakes on, price of oil dropped, the CDN Dollar dropped, the economy slowed down and many Albertan's felt it. Many people who moved to Alberta from other provinces have since returned. It is apparent that most of these individuals have had the time to find steady work closer to home and likely become content.
Though Oil hasn't spiked to any crazy amount it is very apparent that Alberta is struggling less and less everyday. Almost feels like we are in the green.
Both CBC and Global have recently released reports* indicating that Alberta may be emerging from the Recession, from a towing and recovery perspective Tuber agrees! The bailiff and reposession related work has slowed down for us, but the new vehicle delivery is picking up! Not to mention we are starting to have a hard time finding employees, even though we are willing to TRAIN! Now HIRING!
We have already started to struggle to find employees to fill our full time positions. We have heard from our friends in the oil & gas industry that the work is there, the money is there, but the people aren't. We are slowly working our way back into the sense of Alberta in 07'. More jobs than people!
Did we mention we are hiring?
Horay for Alberta, people are getting back to work, money is being made!
What radio station do you listen to?
It's been said in a couple different study's that 102.3 NOW! Radio is one of the most listened to stations in Edmonton. We at Tuber honestly aren't surprised as they definitely have the warmest feeling. The hosts are their own, there's no 'silly' radio voices, and their personalities are present 100% of the time.
Adam McKale and the AMAZING Rachel Day are the most heard in our trucks, followed by Rob and Joelle. With an honorable mention of FITZY (even though he's leaving us and already off their page nav ~sadface~).
Not that we are trying to #Advertise, we show support where it is earned! A huge shoutout to ALL the staff @nowradio and we look forward to helping NOW! Family member's when they are in need!
FITZY We'll Miss you!
Even if you favor Country, we recommend you switch to NOW! every once in a while to hear the conversation or to get a different mix of music. Their playlist can be considered over played at times, but really, with the NOW WOWs and the awesome hosts, we find that we turn down for the music but up for the hosts!
KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK NOW! TEAM!
They even do silly things and put them on the interwebs for us all to view, haha RACHAEL!
While the Oilers make it to game 7 in the second round, Edmonton is bursting with excitement. Everywhere you go you see Business' supporting the Oilers. Not JUST a hockey team, it's a community coming together in support for a team who has struggled to make it to the playoffs in years! We take every game with pride!
Everywhere I go I see these flags, big or small, they are everywhere. Not only the pride for oilers, but a huge sense of community in this city right now. Everyone is smiling. Everyone at Tuber is anxious for tomorrow night's Game 7!
With every game something has to come of it. Many people blame the Ref's for some BS calls, I myself can't argue. Whether it's a win or a lose, the community always seems to have something to lean on through some comedic relief.
This weeks shout out goes to Capilano Eye Centre (Optometrists' Clinic Inc.) for their creativity offering free eye exams to NHL Refs!
Even in a loss, it's a way to make everyone smile. A little laughter never hurt anyone.
The refs could've done better, but they could've done worse. Oilers still have a chance to bring it back and take us to game 7 with a win at home! LETS GO OILERS!
Operating with our eyes wide open we want to be there when you're in need. Tuber Towing was built by a couple of individuals who have a strong pride with community involvement and are proud of what we do.
However, boasting about ourselves in a Blog is far from our intent. In this blog you will find details on events and business' in the Edmonton region who share our beliefs. Those who benefit the community and those who make a difference in our world.
Stay tuned for little tid bits, not timbits, though we also enjoy donut holes, about things happening in and around Edmonton. We are here for culture and community! This summer is full of great events that bring us together. Let's enjoy it!
A great time for a great cause. Do you love cycling? How about spending time with friends? Put the two together for a weekend of Riding, filled with events and support before, during and after the ride!
Last year over 2000 cyclists attended as they took to the open road cycling almost 200 KM over two days to raise money to find a cure for MS. This extraordinary ride through rural Alberta is well prepared with rest stops along the way, provided meals and even live entertainment.
Tuber Towing's own Jessie, Taylor and Matt have committed years of supporting the tour operating SAG (Support and Gear Trucks) throughout the tour.
If you are curious about it, feel free to give us a call and we can point you in the right direction or even provide some insight on what's involved in the tour!
A company built on morals and community. We take pride in helping those in need providing towing services to the Edmonton and surrounding regions.