Birdsong’s Towing recently had the pleasure of hauling this amazing 1951 Chevy Belair for Mr. Robert Franks. We picked it up from our good friends at Greenbrier Collision and hauled it to Mr. Franks residence in Quitman, AR.
Driver, Ron Stair had some good help on this haul from his son, Jeremy Stair (featured in photo). Thanks Jeremy!
Birdsong’s was proud to attend the 2015 Arkansas Oil Marketers Association Convention in Hot Springs on April 2. Owners Robert Fason and Jerry Morgan, along with wives Donna and Cindy, and General Manager Nick Hall, manned the booth and got the opportunity to network with 100 other exhibitors throughout the day.
The AOMA was formed in 1942 to foster a cooperative spirit among petroleum marketers. How is Birdsong’s related to this industry? We offer an extensive list of emergency environmental services including emergency spill responses due to truck rollovers and tank ruptures plus soil remediation. We help cleanup the environmental disaster and restore the earth back to its original state.
Expertise, safety and effectiveness are what our environmental services are all about. When the Salt Bayou Drainage Ditch, near Humphrey, Ar. became contaminated, Birdsong’s was called. We were able to successfully hold the liquid by stretching our containment booms across the canal to protect the downstream area (including the Bayou Meto State Game Area) from further contamination.
Birdsong’s can haul pretty much anything. From your clunker that you want taken to the junk yard to your classic that you need delivered safely, we’ve got you covered.
On this job, David Warren with Centech Service Inc. called, and requested that we haul his 1967 Chevy Chevelle from El Paso, AR to Greenbrier AR. Driver, Joe Needham, was happy to assist!
Birdsong’s offers towing services for any, and we mean any, need! Underwater recovery is just one of many services that Birdsong’s offers.
On this specific job, we were called to retrieve a submerged car from Greers Ferry lake. Our certified scuba divers were able to use the marine equipment to prep the vehicle for recovery.