Women of the Towing and Recovery Association of America
Your membership to the WTRAA includes many benefits and services!!
WTRAA is continually looking for women with heart to carry on its legacy, introduce new ideas and support its current programs.
For only $30, you can join the BEST national women’s towing & recovery association! After you send in your application and dues you will receive your welcome packet and benefits that include:
Quarterly newsletter– packed full of WTRAA and industry news and events, business building articles, recipes and more.
Groupsite- A members only website that is packed full of WTRAA happenings, information, discussion blogs and more.
Networking– WTRAA events provide the opportunity to learn, exchange ideas, meet new friends and just have fun.
Support– through education, encouraging and empathizing with the women who serve as the cornerstones of their families and businesses.
Recognition– Each year WTRAA presents the Tow Woman of the Year Award to an industry advocate in recognition of their commitment to the goals of WTRAA and efforts to improve the towing industry in general.
Business Development Program– WTRAA has implemented this new series in partnership with the TRAA Education Foundation, Inc. It is our goal to address the evolving and changing role women play in our industry today. Visit our website for seminar information and locations.
There are two types of membership with WTRAA:
Regular Member (Voting Member) $30:
Membership shall be open to all women, whether by relationship or by means of their employment who are affiliated with regular or associate members of TRAA.
Membership shall be open to all women, whether by relationship or by means of their employment who are affiliated with regular or associate members of state and local towing associations who are members of TRAA.
Supporting Member (Non-Voting Member) $30:
Membership shall be open to any person, firm or company engaged in a business of serving or supplying the towing-recovery-storage industry. Supporting membership does not have voting rights.