Omadi Donates to the International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame & Museum Survivor Fund.

BALTIMORE, Maryland – November 20, 2017 – Omadi, Inc., the custom mobile technology leader of towing software donates $8,178.47 to the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum (ITRHFM) Survivor Fund.Last year Omadi committed to donating a portion of every tow completed in their towing management platform to the Survivor Fund. On Friday, November 17, at the American Towman Exposition in the Baltimore Convention Center, they delivered an $8,178.47 check to the fund chairman.

Omadi hopes to bring more exposure to the Survivor Fund as well as to the issues that cause towing operator deaths. While there are slow down and move over laws in all 50 states, creating more awareness of them will help to decrease unnecessary accidents and fatalities.We know that being a first responder in an emergency situation can be a hazardous job. What most don't know is that being a tow truck operator is the most dangerous. More tow truck drivers die per capita due to roadside collisions than any other first responder group. On average, 60 drivers are killed every year.

The Survivor Fund was established in 2005 “to provide immediate financial support to the families of these men and women who lose their lives in the line of service in our industry.” The Survivor Fund is managed alongside the ITRHFM’s industry memorial wall, The Wall of the Fallen.  Unveiled in 2006 at the towing museum in Chattanooga, TN, the Wall of the Fallen has already had to add over 400 names to the Wall reinforcing the value and need for the Survivor Fund in the towing industry.To learn more about the Survivor Fund, visit Omadi, Inc.

Omadi towing software began when an owner of a towing company searched for a software to help manage his business. Dissatisfied with the available options, he set out to develop his own custom software. The development of Omadi helped his business increase tows and boosted revenue by 300%, from 400K to 1.2 million in the first year. Omadi allows the towing industry to streamline their processes by tracking, analyzing, and increasing employee productivity while enhancing communication and replacing the need for multiple software solutions.

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