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Apollo Towing to kick off 6th annual Spring Break No Excuses free towing program

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Apollo Towing Service will once again offer its NO EXCUSES anti-driving under the influence campaign, offering free tows/rides home to drivers in Corpus Christi, Portland and Robstown who may have over indulged during Spring Break.

The annual program is available 24 hours a day beginning 6 p.m. Friday, March 9, through 6 p.m. Sunday, March 18.

There is no excuse for a senseless and preventable death, injury or arrest for impaired or intoxicated driving during Spring Break. Apollo Towing encourages drivers needing assistance to “take the worry away” by calling them at (361) 853-0003 to arrange a pickup.

Program partners include: La Palmera and L & F Distributors LLC 

Now in its sixth year, the program has assisted more than 200 drivers in the Coastal Bend with free tows.

Criteria for a free NO EXCUSES ride/tow includes:

  • Tows must be conducted IN Corpus Christi, Portland, or Robstown zip code areas
  • Towed vehicle MUST be operational (not wrecked/broken down)
  • Apollo Towing Service will transport vehicle and driver ONLY
  • Driver MUST have keys for vehicle being towed
  • Operators WILL assist each NO EXCUSES customer in/out of tow truck
  • Operators MAY NOT charge for NO EXCUSES tows
  • Drivers should call (361) 853-0003 to arrange pickup
  • No questions asked                        

For more information on the NO EXCUSES program, contact Michael Staff, Apollo Towing Service vice president at (361) 947-0371 or mlstaff@apollotowing.com.    

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