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Situational Awareness

Jun 3rd, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

It’s possible for towers to lose themselves in their present circumstances, which is another way of saying “I can’t see the forest for all the trees” and, this is especially true of those micromanagers out there who must have a say in everything because they […]

Jack Welch

May 27th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

He was a superstar, growing General Electric worth from 12 billion to 280 billion $$ during his time as CEO. Here’s my take away from studying Jack Welch. He always wanted his businesses to be either number one or two and couldn’t tolerate laziness or […]

Lloyd Evans

May 20th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

Lloud grew up in New Orleans where he learned to be a wrecker driver working for the master, Paul Lezana. Lloyd respected Paul so much he and his wife Patsy named their first born son Paul. Lloyd served in the Marine Corps on active duty […]

Mr. Beasley

May 6th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

Starting with Ernest Holmes, Jr. and continuing with Gerry Holmes, there were graduate engineers with the firm that designed the famous line of Holmes wreckers. But, there was a draftsman-turned-application engineer who made everything work. I don’t know his first name became nobody ever called […]

Old Friends

Apr 22nd, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

I got a call a while back from Bob Kingsmill of New Orleans. His Dad, Eddie is in the Hall of Fame because he was one of the first who taught our industry how to develop a client list to the point that he closed […]


Mar 18th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

There was a time when many Americans bartered for necessary goods and services, but for the most part that idea has been greatly diminished because actual money establishes a consistent value for everything. Since most of us are paid for our work product in money, […]


Mar 11th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

Assuming your HD underlift has the power to do so, its lifting power will depend on several factors — the wheelbase of your tow truck, the front axle weight of your tow truck (not the rating but actual empty weight), and the distance the underlift […]

Buying Equipment

Mar 4th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

When purchasing towing equipment, understanding the various elements of the transaction can save you money. From the viewpoint of the T & R equipment dealer, the following are the basic elements of the sale that can affect your final price: 1 – The make, model […]

Jack of All Trades

Feb 26th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

The title implies that a person is capable of everything from brain surgery to driving a race car and all that’s in between. Last summer we spent a few days in the local hospital and came away with the understanding that doctors don’t make good […]


Feb 19th, 2016 | By | Category: Jack Schrock's Blog

Towers put their lives on the line when working an accident or incident near an active highway and all too often the tower is working without law enforcement assistance. This means he must look out for himself while trying to also devote attention to the […]