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Towing & Recovery Professionals of Colorado

Towing & Recovery Professionals of Colorado
Presents its Annual

Christmas Banquet


Sponsored by: Miller Industries & U Pull & Pay


This year the Christmas Banquet will be held at the Embassy Suites on December 6, 2014 Located at 7525 E. Hampden Ave., Denver, CO. 80231

Christmas Spirit ShopThe price for Dinner’s Tickets is $75.00 each or 2 for $145.00
Includes Dinner, Coffee and Tea. A cash bar will be available

Cocktails at 6:30 pm with Dinner at 7:30 pm

We will be having a Silent & Live Auction and a Awards presentation following dinner

Come Join Us For A Night Of Fun And Christmas Cheer

Rooms will be available for a rate of $89.00 per night.






See you at the Christmas Banquet!

Merry Christmas

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Fallen Friends

Visit the new online memorial to our friends who have fallen in the line of duty.



TRAA Roadside Safety: Everyone Goes Home DVD is in. Please contact Connie at 303-789-2593 to get one sent to you. They are $15.00 per DVD. Widows and Orphans Bears are available for purchase, $10 each. Contact Connie to purchase.

New Bylaws for 2010! Update 5-10-2011
Click here to view Constitution and By-Laws (opens in a new window)



Towing & Recovery Professionals of Colorado is the state association here to help towers find information on our industry, handle state level legislation, meetings with other towers to find out what is happening in their part of the state. We also have a Widows and Orphans Relief Fund that helps families in the case of a serious accident or death.

Contact Info

Mail: P.O. Box 740606, Arvada, CO. 80006
Tel: 303-789-2593
Fax: 303-733-5564
Email: boardmembers@trpc-colorado.com
Web: www.trpc-colorado.com

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Current Events

CDOT has installed a lot of cable guard rail on I-70 and I-25. This cable is under a lot of tension even when it is off of the hangers. If we have an accident where a vehicle gets entangled with the guardrail, do not cut the cable.

We need to notify CDOT before any of these cables are cut. The danger is in cutting a cable that is under tension as significant weight can cause the cable to recoil and whip that could result in serious or fatal injury.

The Suvivor Fund

The International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum has successfully 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 made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of service.

Learn More... The Need!

Widows & Orphans Fund