Abrahamson’s Towing continues to serve the community.

December 8, 2015

abrahamsonsEditor’s Note: When winter weather eventually arrives, stay tuned to MasonCountyPress.com and our social media sites (Facebook, Twitter), for the latest closings, delays and cancelations. The announcements will be brought to you by Abrahamson’s Towing, 231-843-2990.

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — While the above-normal temperatures lately have been unseasonal for early December, it’s very likely that winter weather will be coming. When that time arrives, the folks at Abrahamson’s Towing will be ready to service drivers in need. The company is Mason County’s oldest towing company. Three years ago the business was purchased from the Abrahmsons by Chuck Leonard, who also owns Oceana Towing.

“A lot of people don’t realize that Abrahamson’s Towing is still around,” said Rhonda Frost, co-owner of Abrahamson’s. “But, we are still around providing the same level of service the community expects.

“I think one thing that stands us apart is that our drivers take pride in what they do. They try to look and act professional. We also try to keep our trucks looking professional and clean as well. When someone is in need of a tow it’s typically a traumatic situation and we want to make sure the customer feels at ease and knows they can trust us.”

The business location moved from South Pere Marquette Highway to 3311 S. Brye Road, between Chauvez and Kinney roads.

Rhonda said the company’s fleet features various sized trucks, including a 35-ton wrecker. Abrahamson’s accepts most major road service clubs and insurances.

“We provide a lot of service to local companies such as Indian Summer, Pallet Recycle and Haworth,” Frost said. “We also provide towing service to Ludington Area Schools as well.”

As a community service, Abrahamson’s provides towing service for local emergency service vehicles at no cost, Rhonda said.

Abrahamson’s Towing can be reached at 231-843-2990.

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