Adam Towing and Highway Thru Hell
If you have ever driven an interstate in central Georgia, chances are that you have seen Mike Adams’ shining white Mack trucks – a reminder of his dedication to providing highway users with what they need.
Adams credits this dedication as being what propelled his towing business to several state and municipal contracts, and for keeping customers asking him to tow them home no matter where they may be located.
Early Life and Education
Adam Towing was born and raised frugally by his mother who worked at an Illinois street food emporium before retiring.
Danville’s Monte Vista High School before continuing on to Stanford University and Harvard Law School. Additionally, he spent one year working in an auto body shop.
Starting his automotive business career by painting Mustang pedal cars while working alongside his father Everett in Sauk Prairie. Later he earned an Auto Body Tech degree and opened up his own towing company. Since then, he has seen two children through college as well as watching their grandchildren grow up; currently married for over 33 years, proud of both family members, licensed USCG captain and has been involved with Tow Jamm Marine since then.
If you have ever driven through Macon, Georgia, chances are you have seen Mike Adams’ fleet of white Mack(r) trucks ready for action – whether that means providing regular towing or wrecker services.
Mike Adams Towing & Air Cushion Recovery’s founder has built his company from humble beginnings into state contracts and multiple municipal agreements, while expanding to 27 light, medium, and heavy Mack(r) trucks in his fleet.
Adam LZ possesses a passion for the outdoors and finds immense enjoyment hunting, fishing and trapping all Midwest game species. Additionally, he dedicates much of his time and effort to improving wildlife habitat on his family farm in eastern Missouri.
Achievement and Honors
Mike Adam’s white Mack(r) trucks can often be seen gliding down central Georgia Interstates, ready to help any highway user in need. Since 1993, when Mike Adams Towing & Air Cushion Recovery began with one 1989 Mack Superliner as its flagship model, his business has since expanded into state contracts, municipal contracts, 27 light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks (of which nearly one third are Class 8 Macks), an impressive 27 light, medium and heavy duty fleet and numerous municipal contracts across Georgia and beyond.
Adams is no stranger to big game hunting, having amassed an impressive collection of tags – both small and larger – throughout his long career in the outdoors. Additionally, he remains committed to bowhunting by using Easton Full Metal Jacket arrow shafts with both Reflex and Hoyt bows for maximum effectiveness.
Adam Towing is both a television personality and businessman, earning income through his trucking and towing company as well as from Highway Thru Hell television show and selling merchandise on his website.
An avid car collector, he owns many high-performance models including multiple BMW models and a Porsche 911 GT3 RS in his garage.
Hope is home for him and his wife and children; together they all love skiing and spending quality time.
He was born on 18 April 1980 in Hope, United States of America and belongs to the White ethnic group and holds American nationality.
Gazzola is an entrepreneur who makes his living from his trucking and towing company as well as from television show Highway Thru Hell.
Adam Towing first got into towing at 15 years old. His father taught him how to drive even though they lacked a license at that point.
Sooner or later, he received an offer from Discovery Network to work on their business life show Highway Thru Hell after helping Mark Miller, an executive.
His career included growing his towing business to include dirt road towing services that provide immediate assistance to anyone in need. His organization includes specialists who meet regularly to discuss management and design as well as help return their vehicles back on the road.