The towing industry has long been synonymous with grit, oil, hairy butt cracks, and long hours of waiting while stranded along stretches of the highway. But one man in Fayetteville, North Carolina, has changed that by bringing in the hottest towing employees in the country for his company, Camel Tow.
Retired veteran Brently Dean co-founded Camel Tow towing company in 2013. What sets this company apart -- other than its jaw-dropping innuendo -- is that every call response is led by a female employee. And not just any female employee: the females of Camel Tow are all currently, or were previously, hard-working employees of the adult entertainment industry.
Camel Tow operates like any tow company. It's $80 for a tow within 10 miles, $3 a mile beyond that. But Camel Tow is the only business of its kind offering an optional "damsels to the distressed" service, which tacks on $25 to the fee (tips also welcomed) for a scantily clad Camel Tow rep who handles paperwork, assists with the towing (there is a certified tow driver present as well), and makes sure the “distressed” driver is all taken care of.